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he "TUttomrfthc Umos akb DisriTCH."
THCRSDAV, DECEMBER 20, IhCC.
FROM CARROLL COUNTY.
NouieUtlus; or tbe Hawkins Fn rally,
and IU Hlatory In tbe Late War.
Crrespw&aeHee sf the Union and IMipatoh.
I aju not disposed to qparrel, or to And
fault with my neighbor, or to apeak illjr of
any one, b(il T am inclined in tlicf c times
of deep dtstrm, to nhow up in all their
true colors he ahnraoJer of men that figure
in public paces, and play with the intesU.
and sport in tantalizing triumph, with the
dearest privileges of tbe Lntve and honest,
bat unfertanale people of Tennessee. Tn
the beginning ef the late sanguinary at rife,
our presem- Cenprvswnan from this district,
lua'iM fested ne little interest in Ufe icceaa
of the Soatk'em cause. lie remarked in a
speech made in this county, that if the
"iankee dared to invade Tennessee, he
weld meettliem at the border, and rumor
sayp, he went so far as to nay, j' that he
would Join a guerrilla bat!1 to driveback
the Lincoln tardea, it they intruded upon
the 8&erl.gn of Teeneesee,"
lie would hare tried hi popularity for the
colonelcy of a Southern regiment, had it not
been fur the illnew of his family, and (as
I think) together with his bitter hatred of
the Democratic party. Not baring man
hood enough to rise above party spirit, or
milk of human kindnee enough to neutral
ize the acrimony of a leng distempered
mind, pent tip by a contracted soul like
his, he naw the principle was just, and the
cause of the South wa Qght, jretjie venv
misfortune swept over tlieSemtb, and'Mre -him
full fledged and panoplied for tbe fray,
a Colonel, or Lieutenant Colonel, of a Yan
kee regiment, and he was beyond all ques
tion the hero of Lexington, of Trenton and
of Union City.
We live here In what way properly be
called the Hawkins dynasty they fill all
the important offices; and nodoubtdT there
were any more of them of the right Rtripe,
our benign Legislature (the "only parallel
of the Iloman Senate,") would create new
offices for them. "The election of Col.
Hawkins to Congress was the merest mock
ery of a (Democratic election. The ballot
box was hermetically sealed to all who
had done thttmtet trivial aid to a Confed
erate wildfer, and in many instance the
applicanU for certificates to vote, were
ntade.to tell for whom 4hcy intended to
casfUliciY votes. This usurpation of power
was executed by the Clerk of the County
Court, amotTiou member and elder of
the church, and sworn officer of the State
together with the fae nimlle, if not the re
animated Uriah Uenp, who gave to the al
ways pious clerk, the wink of rejection or
the nod of acceptance. One man prominent'
in bis district for Union principle, arid
unswerving loyalty to the government, was
rejected because his wife gave a 6ed squill
and u pair of socks to the Southern cause.
That bed quilt and those socks were wrung
from her woman's heart by the tears and
the impassioned eloquence of Dr. A. "W.
Hawkins, Commissioner of Iloads fertile
State, Hut in order to do full justice to
the' name, T must refer lo some who
have held out faithful to the Inst.
Otic a yeHng man just entered upon
man's estate, fell a sacrifice to his
itrinciples, and sleeps in a hero's grave,
'ause, yec onfederatcs in arms, and com
rades of his youth. Shed tears where
young Hawkins sleeps, nd scatter flowers
o'er his grave. Another was captain in
tbe Confederate army, and by his bravery
upon the field won the admiration jof all
who knew him, and commanded the respect
of all who saw him long may ho live and
prosper, whose scars bear evidence of his
faith, and who does hocar to his name.
The gallant Colonel, before leaving here,
was in favor of meeting the Kebcls on half
way ground ; was very desirous to see una
nimity of feeling among all classes. He
uiado a speech in Huntingdon, not long
ago, in which he said " his votes might be
found with both parties; that the people
must be charitable toward him," etc. All
sensible men knew "where he stood then.
As soon as he reached Nashville, on his
way to Congress, he swelled into impor
tance at once, aud delivered himself of a
radical speech that out-radicalcd the most
radical. He was in favor of keeping the
Southern men right whero they arc, and
promptly elevating the negro to the ballot
box. Alas! "to what base uses has he
come at last." What a fearful commentary
on humwi principle! Vkritap.
INDIANA CONSPIRACY CASES.
Final Decision of tlin Nnpreine Court
Trlnl of VHUeiiH by StlUlnry Com
mlsa.ons Cnroiistttnllonnl Iisent.
lup Opinion n to Corijrrrafilonnl
Cerrcipendonen of the Cincinnati Octette.
WasrikotoN, Dec. 17. The Supreme
Court to-day rendered its full decision in
the Indiana consniracv trials, otherwise
known as the Bowles and Milligan oases r
parte. The decision was, as will be remem
bered, made orally just at the close of the
last term of the court. The questions die
iiosed of in this ense and two other eases
heard with it, were as follows:
1st. On the facts stated In said petition
and exhibit, ought a writ of habeas corpus
to be issued according to the prayer of said
2d. On the facts stated in said petition
and exhibits, ought the said Lauiden 1.
Milligan be discharged from custody, as his
said petition prayed r
3d. uieiiicr, upon tne tacts stated in
said petition and exhibits the military
commission mentioned therein, had juris
diction legally to try nnd sentence said
Millisan in manner and form as in said
petition'iuid exhibits stated,
As to the first two questions. il iiniHwered
in the affirmative, and as to tiie; third ques
tion, ifc ununnemi til tuc iivgauvi -
Mr. Justice Davis read the Opinion of
the conrt. Justices flrier, Nelson, Clifibrd
and Field concurring in which, as to tho
objection to the jurisdiction of the court
in the matter, on the ground that there was
no suit pending before it. It ii held that
a cause is a suit, and wherever there is n
proceeding before a court broughtto a-wert
any right by any person, that proceeding is
a wiit. In this case there was no? appear
ance by the prosecuting attorney on the
part of tbe government, but that H immate
rial as to the question of jurisdiction, as
the appearance was not necessary (o sustain
mm.:., I . ri j
aiim laiitmsr m tiiunaiuil, in)VlUllig
tor a ccrtitieate ot division in any case,
where Judges are divided, upon tfie appli
caties ef either partv, is intended father to
enlarge the statute than to restrict It in a
manner to exclude the right of appeal, in
case of lids chacaeter, where nly the
name of one party apjears. !
On the merits it is held that Congrcss
provided against such commissions, rather
than in favor of them, by the act! of 18C.1.
and that Congress has not the. constitutional
power to autlvorise such commissions ; that
the constitution is expressly agathxt them,
and it k the supreme law of the land in
times of war as in times of peace;
Mr. Chief Justice Chase read an opinion,
in which Justice Wayne.Swayneiand Mil
ler concHr; dissenting from so muiii of the
opinion of the court as held -that Congress
did not have the constitutional iewer to
authorixe military commissions, but con
curring as to tho answer given to the ques
tions certified upon. The dissenting opi
nion holds that in time of war Congress
may authorize military commissions to try
otTensos sueli as charged in the caa before
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lMroRTANTpE.vsio. Dbci9ion An im
portant decision has been made by Secre
tary Browning, affirming the decision of
tbe Commissioner of Pensions in '"rejecting1
the application of widows and minors of
commissioned officers of tho arm V and navvH
forthe additional allowance of two dollars
per month provided by second section of
the act or JhIv 25th, 18. In thp decision
the Secretary-aaj-iv "that section provides
for tho widows f deceased soldiers and
sailors, and does not in my opinion apply
to the .willows of QOHimissloned officers of
the, array or nary. The distinction be
tween sech officers and persons holding a
subordinate rank iif Vlriiei branch of the
service is ootwtantly recognised by our
legislators, and the term soldler,fcr sailor,
cannot in the cAnnection in which it is
found, be constructed to embrace officers,
wlthwt liHg violence to the inteBttes df
Keportcd Bo-cstabllaUnient of the Eot-'
"plr-The Clerjry Give 823,000,0(0
anil tbe MercUanU 810,000,000
JLnt I. Yankee Iemontrntlonsat Tern
Cruz Hostility to tbe United States
Hovemtnls or tbe Nnsqnebannali.
Corretpondence of the Kew Orleans Picayune.
VptA Cbcz, Dec. 2, The Empire has
just passed through a serion crisis. Max.
miliaa has proved himself a clever gold
seeker. He has done more than draw
blood from a stone he bos got money from
Bishops, The clergy of this country, a few
dayaSgo. P.'3Ce 8t lnc Emperor's disposal
2o;0(&000 for immediate use, and promise
a Similar sum annually, to enable him to
keep up an army.
The merchants of Mexico pledged them
selves, at the same time, to give him ten
millions annually, and on these representa
tions'he has decided on retaining his crown
and "shedding the last drop of his blood in
defenseof the tfatfon.'8
Last Saturday mjrning, at four o'clock,
Vera Crur was aroused from its slumbers
by a furious ringing xf church bells and
prodigious pyroteehnical display. " Nine
tenths of the people, knowing that it was
tio feastdar. immodisfelir rnnr-InilAl (Tint
Jho Liberals were trying to take the city,
ana consequently everyDOay was speedily
out of bed.
Meanwhile a bran band made its amear-
ance, parading the principal streets, accom
panied br a band of eieht or ten others
scattering Cliincsecrackers alonsr the route.
bu i u at ine ioiks migui noi ue uisiuroeu by
Uie mneic, Hhi$ had the effect intended
to draw every one to the "plaza principal,"
where, under the portals of the munici
pal palace, the partisans of the empire were
engaged in signing a series of resolutions
thanking the Emperor far his just conda
sension in consenting lo remain their mon
arch and preserver. A little later, a proc
lamation was published by the Prefect Poll
The immediate causes of this rescue to
Maximilian are no secret whatever. The
general rumor circulated in the American
press, to the effect that Juarez had sold
part of the Mexican territories to the gov
ernment of the United States, raised an
alarm in the minds of the "Fathers"
that nothing could dissipate.. Meanwhile,
there were not wanting agents, particularly
among the officials of a certain army, to
circulate industriously the talk of the
Americans having agreed to purchase the
debt of France in this country; and the
arrival of the Susquehannah with General
Sherman and Mr. Campbell, to or ranee the
negotiation with the authorities here, was
confidently predicted, but much doubted.
Other agents there were, who talked to
groups of Mexicans in these words : "Who
;)lbok from yon one-thirU, the richest part of
iir Inmln ; 1QJS9 U'l. 1 .A .
from Texas, gave yon the name 'greasers
and called you a nation of hooded whores
and blanketed thieves ;' wlroeven in your
own country treats you Jike slaves push
ing you from the sidewalk of your own
streets? The Americans." Aud in this
way numbers bf those who dislike Maxim
ilian and hate the empire, have betn in
duced to dreadktje advent of the Americans
much more than tho French occupation.
In this stale of things, Maximilian re
mained apparently undecided at Orizaba,
and each day the rumor ran, "theEnipcror
will embark to-morrow the French will
leave in December." On the evening of
the 29th of November, the much talked
of Susquehannah made her appcaraitce off
the harbor, and anchored about rive miles
out, by a little island -southeast of San, Juan
de Ulloa. This appeared to put the cap
on the movement in favor of the Empire,
and on the 1st inst., Saturday morning,
Max., having received the promise of the
money, telegraphed his resolution.
The Susquehannah's arrival has done
nothing toward strengthening the good feel
ing of the French for the States. The
French officials here aro very angry be
cause the French flag was not saluted, and
they say: "Although the Americans do
not recognize the Emperor, they recognize
France, and we ore slighted by the omis
sion." Consequently, when a Lieutenant
from the Susquehannah landed on Satur
day morning, the 1st inst., he was stopped
at the gate of the Customhouse by the
Port Captain, a Mexican, who informed
him that he could not pass into the town
without permission from the French Ad
miral. The Lieutenant then made his way
to the French flagship, and after a delay of
a couple of hours, returned with the per
mission required, and was allowed to enter.
He returned to his ship very shortly, with
papers and letters, apparently, escorted by
Mr. Saulnier, the American Consul, tbe
observed of all observers. The Susquehan
nah remained at her anchorage 'until 12 r.
M. Sunday, when she left, by report, for
Tampico, and has left all the world sur
mising it, on her next visit, she will n$$
come somewhat closer to those guns which
bit so feebly in 1840, nnd salute, with shot
ted guns, that flag, which hitherto' was ac
customed to fly besides the stars and stripes
a brother and ally. Maximilian's re
solve, and the mucli-talked-of thirty-five
millions, appear to have very much bright
ened up things already, and it is saia we
are to have more railroads, telegraph wires,
etc., while an army is to be sent on to Tam
pico. From the Picayune, (editorial.;
The recent action of business men and
property-holders in Mexico is not only
natural but necessary. There is a large
amount of accumulated property in that
country, and profitable business in times pf
peace, such as the people enjoyed under the
empire until the speedy withdrawal of the
French was announced. Then all the ban
dits of the ountry again come to light, and
the last six months chaos and anarchy have
reigned wherever the Imperial troops were
not immediately stationed. It was easy,
therefore, for any one to see what would be
tbe fate of the country, and all the business
and bussness men therein, if this work went
on. It was a matter of life and death, of
salvation or destruction to every body, and
we do not see how the people could havo
done otherwise than to support the govern
ment against another revolution at all haz
ards. They might as well venture a por
tion of their means in that way as io tote
it all by the hands of the revolutionists.
The dominant population of Mexico
number in all say a million. They are
very intelligent, highly educated, polite in
manner and good business men. 1 hey and
their ancestors have done all that was ever
done for the country, in the way of legiti
mate business, and they have a just title to
all the available property. Tbe other six
or seven millions araglebesof the soil, idle,
vicious and ignorant, and not above tbe
negro race in our country. In fact, the ne
groes who have gone from this country or
Jamaica live on terms of perfect equality
with them. Very often the Indian and
African blood is intermingled in Mexioo to
sueh an extent that it is difficult to 'tell
which prevails. These are the miserable
elements with which the revolutionists of
Mexieo have to operate, as they have now
in this country. Wo would as soon think
f giving up'the control of atlairs to the
freedmen here as they tc hc Ijalf Indian,
half negro serfs of Maxico. Even the mis
erable halfdireed Snonirds, who naturally
find their level in society with inferior
races, are quite as low down in the scale of
The people who elected Maximilian Em
peror, aud still support him, are the only
people in Mexico, who are worthy of being
called civilized. They are naturally, from
feelings of patriotism and self-interest, the
firm advocates of order and good government-
Tn Maximilian they found a man
who, by his rank, executive ability and
education, was peculiarly fitted for the
p,lace, as acknowledged by all. He is a
gentleman of comprehensive mind, elegance
of culture, and rare political sagacity and
tact, as he proved himself to be in the gov
ernment of Lombardy. If, prompted by a
high and honorable ambition to give a good
pnvernmennt to,, Mexico, he has been wil
ling to sacrifice ease, and society, and rank
in hiscountry, and take up bis residence in
a far distant' land, we think the Mexicans
will consult their own interests and honor
in supporting him by every means in their
Dn. Livinostone, the African explorer,
at last accounts was moving up the river
Ravenna, on the east coast of Africa, in
tending to visit the unknown northern ex
tremity of Lake Nyanza. The latest ad
vices reecived from him are to May 18th.
-His progress was slow, as the Eavenna is
-flanked on both sides by athain of bills
from four hundred to six hundred feet high,
civcred with dense entangled jungle.
DisoiiACixo nrs UsiixBK. The Talla
hassee (Fla.) Sentinel says Capt. Charles
Simon, U 6, Aw)ordered the notices of a
meeting of tho ladies of Key West, for the
purpose of raising a contribution to the re
cent fair and festival in Tallahassee, in aid
of the indigent widows anil orphans of de
ceased ConfederaUgsoldiers, lobe torn down
The &niaef says he went so far as to post
an order prohibiting their assembling.
Does the United States government war
against humanity? Cannot the mother,
bowed with bottow for .an only son, fallen
In heroic battle, raise a little sum
"That e'en bis baaei frora.fnsalt to protect.
Some frail meaiorial, etlll erected iugh, 4'
With nneuuth rhymes and ghapeleu sculpture
Mieht claim the paAiinc tribute of a iA." ,
Nb J says Capt. Simon, The press of the
whole country should hang up his name,
that alt ladies who engage in pious nets
may shun him as au enemy at war witlt
the purest and holiest and most unselfish
aflections of the heart.
DEATHS BT CHOLERA.
Official returns received in the Bureau of
Statistics, at Washington, "sliow -that in
England and Wales, during the quarter of
a year ending October 1st, 1830, there were
10,305 deaths from cholera. In the United
States, according to official returns gathered
by tho same Bureau, there were, during
the four months ending December 1st, 10,
805ilathi. ! , . . r ,
Of this number, 3,532 were in the city. of
St. Louis albn$ more than, a third of the
whole mortality from cholera in the United
States happening thus in a single city, and
that only the eighth in point of population
in the country. ,
In New York, there were 1,189 deaths
from cholera; in Philadelphia, 834; in
Savannah. 231; in-New Orleans, 132; in
Richmond, 164 in Vicksburg, 210; in
Memphis, 899 ; in Louisville, 152 ; in Chi
cago, 078 ; in the army stationed at Rich
mond, Va., 99 ; at Jefferson Barracks, Mo.,
149; and atTybee Island, Ga.; 90. '
These wera the. principal places visited1
by the disease.
The United States returns are from fifty
three of the principal cities and towns, and
from the post commanders and. hospitals of
the United States army. They are believed
to show nearly the whole mortality from
cholera in this country,, and afford an in
teresting comparison with the mortality re
turns from the same disease in Kneland
"A SASSlf WOMAN.".
A Louisville correspondent of the St.
Louis tfm'Bthm Advocate tells the follow
ing: The worthy wife of one. of the worthv
bishops of the Episcopal Church, .recently
attending the Episcopal convocation in the
city, is. responsible for the following inci
dent, wtiicti we learned from a very reliable
The good wife was -accompanying the
Episcopal lord bn one of the tours in the
Northwest. The bishop is prospecting- for
a place lo "plant the seed of tho church,"
spending a Sabbath in a village where the
Lpiscopal service had never been recited
before. To aid the bishop in "the service,"
and to impress the wondering villagers
with the beauties thereof, tho wjfe, seated
in the midst of the congregation, responded
in a clear, strong voice, just when and
where a devontchurch,woinan and bishop's
wife should, to the amazement of many,
and the indignation of at least one of the
v ! 1 1 rr mflfrrkna wli aiwl tn Im. ria.fvlilmra
as they left the church door ; "Did ever j
any body sec such a sassy woman as that
preacher's wife. She set there in the church
and sasxeil her husband all the time he was
NASHVILLE & DECATUB
Great Central All Bail Route
NASHVILLE AND" HUNTS VILLE,
MEMPHIS. MOBILE AND
ANIi A I.I. INTERMEDIATE POINTS,
'JiHK NASHVILSEAND DECATUR RAIL
JL road.Company.iTiu made, arrangements with
the Memphis and Charleston Railrosd Company
by which passengers go
Through fo .1Icinj)lit;wltliout Chnncje
Only one change between Nashville and Mobile
or New Orleans. By any other Route
there are Two.
.Splendid Sleeping Carri on
nil Night TraliiM.
Tiibocqh Ekpress Train Leaves Nashville
Daily at ............ A 9:30 r. it.
Arrires; at Doeetur&t . 4:30 a.m.
Connects with Memphis and Charleston Rail
road for Huntiville, Memphis, Mobile, New
Orleans, and all intermediate points.
Leaves Decatur at fr5T i. M.
Arrive at Nashville at 11:W .
Connect at Nashville with Louisville and
.Nashville Railroad, for all points .KasL North
and Northwest and with evening trains on N. &
0. and N. N. W. and K. A K. Railroads for
point on those lines.
Freight nnd Accommodation,
Arrives at Decatur at &00 P. u,
Colrithb'ln Acrbmrbmlallon Trnln,
Dally, except Nnnilaj-N. '
Leaves Columbia at dfiitut
Arrive at Nashville at 10:00 ifli
Leaves Nashville at 3:00 p. u
Arrives at Columbia nt - Set1 r.
Dngpfrnse Checketl Through.
I'AKE A.S I.OXY AM THE LOWRiT.
For Throuirh Tickets and hthe'r infuhnation,
please apply at the ofiiee of the Nashville City
Tramcr Ciuiiuny. Nnrthuat rorner of Summer
and Church streets, nnd at the llro'ad Street
Depot. Nnshville. Teunessee.
J. . VAN DYNE.
nnvtS tleneral Suuerintehitcnt.
Nashville and Chattanooga
CHANGE OF TIME.
Orrir-Knr Oksekil ScpcarxTicvnitxT.
N. Jt C. and N. 4 N. W. IUilwiy.
aashville, Tenn., Aov,
ON AND AFTER.TOE.NDAY, XOV. 27,
IHOO.'anU until further tmtlce. Passenger
trains will run as. follows : r
Xiixhvlltc and "lmttn0ri I.I ue.
Leave Nashville for Chattanooga and all
points South, at.V30i.ii. and 8:30 p. y. Arrive at
Chattanooga at 2.-01) p. . and 6H0 a. u. next
day. Returning, leavo Chattanooga at 6:00 p.
it. and 2: W a. ii. Arrive at Nashville at 4:(0
A. si. and 11:30 a. it. next day.
All trains connect at Wartrace for Shelhyville.
SilEi.BVVit.LF. Aooomodatiox-t Leavo War
trace at 12:10 p. v. and 8:30 a. M. Arrive atShel
byvllle At Y30 p. M. and ".15 a. it. Leave Shel
bovllle7:20 a. it. and 11:00 p. it. Arrive at War
trace at S:05 A. it. aud 11:15 r. it.
FARE TO NEW ORLEAS .
.... .11 10
Close connections made at Stevenson and Chat
tanooga for all cities East and South.
Sloepiiig cars on all Night Passenger trains.
Xcutlivllle anil Korthfrciflrn Une.
Exracss Passexsh Leaves Nashville for
Johnsonville, and all point West and Northwest,
at 0.00 a.m. Returning, arrires at Nashville at
10.00 a. m.
Aocommopatiow Laavrs Nashrilleat 3.-00 p.
v., and arrives in Nashville at 8.-08 p. u.
To take effect on and after Thursday, Novem
ber 2t, 1806.
Trains on the N. Jt N. W. R. R. connect at
Jobnsonville, with the Cairo and Johnsonvillc
Paekets without Ce.il. r
a-Berths and Meals FREE on Steamers eon-
neetiQir with N. smd A. W. Railroad.
B Wlta ft. SUM it. W.ltauroad.
C3 Passengers by this route
Sleeping Car and Meals between
a- Passengers br this, route tare exwauoof.WAigo.. Jmposinr Stones. Cases.
jr Trains step at all intermediate points.
Procure Ueket at U C. Jackson' opposite Bt
Cloud Hotel, or at the Chattanooga Depot.
W. I'. IKXES. Qeu'l Sun't,
N. C and N. W. R. R
J. W. BR0WK, Oen'lPaatAgenU
JT SI. IIAI.lt
Cuavaa Crnio Stbket
I prepared to execute PHOTOGRAPHS of every
decTiptlon. Special attention ipaid to pying
NASHVIDLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20,
' t- -" t . v. . t ,a ,
FBOM 10 TO J25 PER CEST.XYED
sT Bvrisb Tovm coops it rut
NEW YORK S
rpilB PEOPLK OF NASUTIttX AMD TUB
X en rronoding country will pktM Urln mlud,-
ioe.nc.tT lur.nmuBK u now remmcg sod open
ing new and rery attrsctlre stocfe.of , , r .
Sfapte and Fancy JDrygpods,,
Which his been boortit fjr bA In the1 rtrr lit
lsteninurtwt4an4 tll te off rid at -the terj-'
lt retairpricM. .
iiiwcfcrauuu iu mriur-. -t . f
Black Silks, all price i frW -Colored
Silkj, alt loadra anj'nrlcejt J
Vetra Antique, alt fi.lori; if ,f j,
Ut EugiUh aud Oermao lVtltu; j J
, EnglUti aud Frencli MortaMr. ,
F-mprma Cloths, all colony, , !
LJie' Sacking Ctotlii -r ,
FJne4Vhite'anJ I BUAfpaas,,
Lmtrfa, all co&rj; 1. , ' fc J
it and all Wool ilahh, all eUH ;t
.All ool FlaoueU, all color; . , ,,,
Boaren, BrooJclotUa, and Cauiintrm;
Uotukina, Tncdi, and Jean ; ', , - f
Eugl(L and American PrlnU; ,
f brow a and Bleached Tomp.tlci ;
M, C-4,74,84!)V, auaiO-ISheetingi '
TMo Linen, Ton els, aud Kapkins '
All grade Iilsb. Llneus; . !('
A ft) l assortment of JVhite UoaUJ;
Lmdi' .nJ Cblldrt' Hosiery artlOlorfj,
Common au J.FreDch-EmLruMeml ('brsets ;
Pnptek Elliptic Hoop Skirt ;
Ladle' Shawls, Clonks, aud Soutags ;
Ribbons, Trimmings, Jt Fancy Goods;
And many other Goods too numerous to mention.
Renumber the ptaee-KSW YORK 8T01CK, No.
IS Union Strerl, (Ley & Co.! oldetand.)
oc til -3m K. ynANICLJ.V.
Jannnry ,. 1S67.
Win. Lipscomb vs. S. E. Joues and, pthera.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
X Chancery Court at Nashville in nliara nnmed '
cause, I will sell, tt tbe Court House, at N.uhr
Salurdny, ptnnnary 5, 1SC7,
Tbe tract of Lnnd In tho Second District of T)ti.'-
viiUon county, containing 6 acres, known as
'"Elm Crag." This land was sold in 1S53 by W.
.Ltipscuinu io j. xv. Durneff, nun uy aim nuer--wartis
to 8. Ii. Jones. . .
TKRMS Or SALE-Credits of sixandtwelte
months, without interest. Notes required with
twd good securities, and lien retained. Kale free
MUKTOX U. JIUWKLL, C. and M-
Jno. P. Pegram vs. Jno, E. LatTler and
TN PURSUANCE OP A DECREE OP Til E
X Chancery' Court in the above named cause, I
will sell at public auction, at the Court House; on
fin turln.y, Jnntinry G, 1807,
Lots. Nos. TO nnd 71. in Poster's Addition to'
.Edgefield, each fronting SO feet on Smiley street.
ana running uck nu root to an alley.
TERMS OP SALE Credits of sirfcid twclra
months; with interest from day of .sale Notes
required witn approved security, and lien re
tained.. Sale free from redemption.
MORTON 1J. HOWELL. C. Snd M.
Ellen Desha vs. Titos. Russell and 'others.
TN PURSUANCE OP A DECREE OP THE.
X Chancery Court in this case. I will sell at
public auction, at tho Court Uou?e at Nash
Satnrdny, Jannnry 0, 18C7,
A tract of about TSacreJ of Land, lying near tho
Nolensville Turnpike, about twelvo miles from.
Nashville. This is the same land formerly said
bySam'l Kitnbro to Thomas Russell, and' his
bond for title- is recorded in the Register' office,
in Book No. 30, page G37.
TERMS OF SALE Six months' credit, with
out interest. Note required with two good secu
rities, and tten retained. Sale fret from re
demption. MORTON B. HOWELL, C. and M.
William Hagar va. Thomas Y. Northern.
TN PURSUANCE OF A, DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court in thlicajo, I will sell at pub
lic suction, at tno uourt House at ft ashvllle, on
Saturday, Jn.nun.ry n, 1807,
A tracj 6f Land on Sugcs' Creek, near the Wil-
son county line, adjoining the lands of Wm.
Hagar, and containing about.siity acres.
TERMS OP SALE Six an4 twelve months'
credit, with interest from da' bf sala. Notes
required with approved security, and lien re
tained.. Sale free from redemption.
MORTON ii. HOWELL. C, and M.
Jennie S. Fleming vs. D. J). Dickey nd
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF OTE
L Chancery Court in thU case, I will sell, at the1
Court House at Nashville, on
Saturday, Jniiunry 5, 1807,
The two Houses nnd Lots, Nos. 30 and 31, on Mc
Lemore street, between Union and Cedar streots,
orrned by Jennie 8. and E,T. Fleming.
TERMS OF SALB-SU. twelve and eighteen
months' credit, without interest. Notes required
with approved security, and lien retained. Sale
Iree trom redemption
MORTON B. HOWELL. C. and Jl.
Letltia J. Harris, Admr'x, vs. Robert Har
ris and others.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF TflE
X Chancery Court at Nashville in above named
cause. 1 will sell, at the Court House at Nash
Nalurtlay, January 5, ISGT,
A tract of 270 acres if-Laud, about nine miles,
from Nashville, on tbe Nolensville Turnpike
Roadf being tbe same purchased. by B. D. Har
ris, deceased, from Mrs. Lezinck&'Drovrn.
Also, about G3 acre of land, adjoining the
former residence, of B. D. Harris, deceased,
about four miles from Nashville.
These lands will be sub-divided to suit pur
chasers. , -
TERMS OF SALE-One-fourfh cash. and;tbe
residue on credits of six, twelve, eighteen und
twenty-four months, without interest. Notes1
required with approved security, and lien re
tained. Sale free from redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL. C. and M.
Sale of Valuable Lands.
David C. Lovo ct als.jrs. Alex. Matthews et. als.
As 'directed by a decree of the
County Court of Davidson county, nt it
December Term, ISoS, in the above cause, 1 will
offer nt Public Sale, at the south end of the
Court Jlouse, in Nashvilleam SATURDAY, the
5th day of January, 1S67, avfertain tract tr par
cel of land belonging to the estate of Amelia
Love, deceased, and described ns follows, viz:
"Being LotNu. 10 in tho plan of the division oT
Andrew Cattleman's lands, situated about A
miles from Nashville, and near the llillsboro
Turnpike Road." Said land is unimproved, but
fertile and-bau ily timbered, and contains J
TERMS One-third cash, and tho balance on
a credit nf one and two year's, with interest from
day of sale. Notes with personal security re
quired for the unpiitil purchase-money, ana lien
it. .MUliuii, uierK.
DR. L. L. COLEMAN
HAS REMOVED FROM CHERRY STREET
to No. 210 corner of Church and MeL
more streets, where all who uiay-desire bis. sen.
vices as a Physician may find him.
Dr. Coleman has, in connection with his office,
a neat and elegant Drug Store, containing well
selected stock of
fDItrCS; MEDICINES. ' VEItrrSIEIlY,
And other articles -usually kept' In sueh estab
lishments, which he offers at the lowest wh
prices. The Ooods aru fresh and genuine.
MR. CHARLES E. JUSTINE, formerly Book
keeper and Prescriptlonist at the Drug Store of
R. P. Jenkins Co.. Is with Dr. C, and will
take pleasure in waiting upon his numerous
Prescriptions promptly and accurately com
pounded at all houia. t . dee8-tf ' '
ALL PERSONS HAVINtl OOODS AT
I. Conics's Pawnbrooker's Offico. 71 North
Cherry St. that are over due. are hereby notified
that, if the same are not settled for before the'
17th da of December, they will bes.ttd at Publie
Auction. Uecl3-lw I. COHEN.
mUE UNDERSIGNED HAVINU QUALl
X fieil as Administrator of the Estate of F.
AchUehner, deceased, hereby notifies all persons
indebted to said Estate to come forward and set
tle, and parties having claims against the Estate
nill present them for payment. J
decl2-2w F. ATIENEH. Adm'r.
To Country Xcwspapcr Pub
lishers. -TtOR SALE. AT THIS OFFICE. VARIOU3
I P fonts of setrsnaner and lob trne. vvhieh can
hnnirht at vrr reaannabla
rajes lor cash.
rames, and in
rtct u the material necefaarr
aary fir reffttinx a
rood eonntrr nersna7erand ion
er and job oSce. We have
'roof. Job. and a Power
likewise for sale a Proof, Job,
Press all as rood as uaw. The Power Previa
a Potter, on which ran be done' almost any de
scription of work , siie of bed, 32x5i Terms
can b learn edon application at this Office.
Nasbrille Female Academy,
' i ' MEETIXO OF THK STOCKHOLDERS
theot&fe OPJudre-UlSkk. in
for the purpose of electing Seven Trustees-, fffr
the ensuing year. - . Ti r ' :
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jdence.of.lt medieinaKTirtue.ahd try it itt
your own family circle: ' ,
Mr. EAicard ijgg. Gty:
'"Dear Sir: I havelxamitfcffroarromach Btl-
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to bo. The hUh order which the ingredients
going-intou laxe in tne materia Meaiaa, as rrell
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surest Bourbon Whlskr
similar preparation in
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tauit nece3arilr reoommenil vniir Rlttm In
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liihment the process of manufacturing, your
Bitten carried on by way of displacement. Which
not only gives you a better product, bui nlso
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Apothecary and Chemist..:
LovisviUe, Sept. 2. 1
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Dear Sir: My wife and ohi'd have been suffer
ing lor several month trom indigestion, My
wife, seeing your advertisement.' requested ine to
brine her a bottle of your Stomach Bitters, which
did : and on using one bottle, I am more than
happy to state that my child, now four month
oia, wno nos not nod a .voluntary action
its birth, is entirely restored, and my. wife is
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unwilling to be without a bottle or your Bitters
in the house, as she says it is the most strength
ening and appetizing tonic thafcau bo used, and
that no home ought to be without it; and tfeel
it due to the pablic to make known the wonder
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most heartily recommend its use in every family.
a remain yours respeouiiuy.
,, , . 'JC.M.SWANN,
Of Craig: Truman A Co.,'-'! Main street.
Lovisville. October 20, 13fl6.
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October 21, 1S6T..
Mr. Rticnrd Wilder. LouinUle, Kv. :
Dear Sir; I take pleasure in saying thai I. was
suffering from Ague and Fever, or Chills and
Fever, for several months, when I was advised
by a friend to try your famous Stomach Bitters,
and nftermiing two bottles I am entirely' ro
stored. It not only imparts new vigor, .but it is
truly the best strengthening and appetizing
tonic, at tbe same time pleasant to the taste, I
nave ever known used or afforded to the puplie.
and I would say to all those similarly afflicted
and I would say to all those similarly afflicted
that if they-would be cured and hare the disease
thoroughly eradicated from the system, to use
your Bitters, and be convinced of (heir wonder
ful medicinal power and virtue.
I remain yours respectfully,
P. P. NEVITT.
that if they-would be cured and hare the disease
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: 3Loi.HVii,f,r,Ivv, Oatober 12. 1VA.
To E. IT7Wrr. Eti City i
I was a good deal afflicted iWlln; Indigestion,
and occasional uttackf of Dyspepsia. I was ad
vised to use your Bitters I scarcely uled one.
bottle when I felt relief, and from tho use of tbe
Bitters, though nearly sixty seven yer of age,
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spirits of ft boj; of tweaty-flvc ' Your Bitters are
a pleasant tonic and cordial, and a they are pre-
Cared from pure ingredients, anil good old Bour
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afflicted as I was. I would say to sueh persons,
keep your mind easy,, your bowels open, Vour
head cool, ypur feet warm, and use Wilder'
BlttM-s, and neVer mind the Doctor.
Respectfully, JJ CBITOKLES.
- ' Old RelisbleAgent Erie R, R,
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delightful invlrnrant for delicate Females. It is
a safe Antl-BUlioui Alterative and Tonic for
family purposes. It Is a powerful .reoiperant'
after the frame has been debilitated and reduced
by sickness. It is an excellent appetizer as well
as strengthener of the diges'.ive forces. It b de
sirable alike as a corrective and mild cathartic!.
It is .being daily ued and prescribed by all phy-.
sleians, as the formula will be handed, to, any
regular graduate. '
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EDWARD WILDER &
215 (MAEBLE FRONTJMAIH ST;,'
- -; . IiOtllSTilley Ky.
F0RSAEE' BV)ALL DEAUERHJvl
College Street near Union,
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent
or tho United States,
it'ls' prepared to transact a regular Banking
busiess.'ond furnish Exchange on
NEW YORK. -
"t ' LOUISVILLE, AND
.Government Securities, Gold and Silver.bourbX
and soldon Commiision. t h
,:s JOHN .LUMSDEN. Presides!.
. W.J, TUOMAS, Cashier
THIRD MTIOXAL BANK
it t.? i ' . BrvvauouiEBS. .
:,wi. Berry. M.Burns:
Jehn Klrkman, Jos. V. Allen,
D. Wearer, KJgarJvnea,
PauI Carter, A.'J. Dnucau, i
Alexander Kail, Cha. K. Hillnian, :
mlllS BANK OCCUPIES THE ItUILDINU 1'IIK
X.merly occupinl by the planters' Bant, corner of
Uulon and Cotlrce streets, and 1 nrenared to bnr'
and salt Gold and Sliver, Draft. TJ. 6. Security, aud
Stat Bond, collect Note. Drafts. Counons. ate.. In
alt carta of the Unltod States.
a-u uaruls auj 7-J J Treasury Notes alwaja on
hand and for sale. Gold Caupum cashed and) Com
pound Interest Mute bouguliat U,nighest rate.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
3m ' '
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NoS; .SlKIlllnli, Illook.'riiiirrli Street,
! NASHVILLE, TENN.l
Cornpr Broad and High Street.
DETAIL PRICKS OF TLOUR, MfiALl AND
sir iwl, delivered Ire orcharge :
Flour, made ot Whlta M'beat, ' Washing
ten. "per barrel.
13 roadway Hills Ixtra 'mlljr riour
uroaaway sinua. ine ridur............
Graham, tr Unbolted Vlunr, per 10U U..
aiioaiings, jwr iv" -;
Rye Flour, .." ..
Buck Wh at Flour '.. ,.,.:.....
Corn. Ilea , per bushel ..
Bran,, per fOUlbs ......
HLxed do., per 100 ll ..."..t .. ,
Short, per lfsTIbs
nay, per IUO Ilia ...
Corn, per bnsliel .....
Oats, per bualirl . ..
D. D. IIICKF.Y, Aent.
PARTI CJFIs AU 1VO.TICE.
MYERS & HUNT,
DESIRE TO RETURN THANKS TO THEIR
patrons for tho liberal support heretofore
extended, o them, and state to the public gen
erally that in order to havo greater facilities for
Supplying the i
for their work, they ore fitting up in magtiifice n
largo and commodious two story
No. 76 North 'Market Street,
One door north of their present stand, fo? t
iCnrrlnsre Factory, and. Hnlea Roomi,
Where tbey will bo beKer prepared than ever to
keen up their "reputation 'for making Brst-rlass
Eiifriiitre to Repal'rlitsr Shops will be
tbe Same at Heretofore. ,
A splendid assortment of Carriage worklnlways
on hand at the lowest figures. j f
We will continue at our" old stand until our
new Factory is fitted np.
.. deeLtf MYERS A 11VXT.
WOO! WO OB !
33 Publio Sqiie,j
WILL DELIVER GOOD. ilARD.i MER
cbantable Wood, anywhere" within the
Corporation, at j
FIVE DOI.UHS PER CORD. '
FULL CORDS guaranteed,
Orders received at
NEW WOOD Y48D.
WQOp, FOB, SALE AX TARD, 'OK, DELIV
erud, cheaper than at any other lard: in tb
city, Trrais strictly CASH.
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PAP,TIK3 PURCIIASIKO LAEdKLT.
iYardorner "Xorth Fi;n'n t hnrt Jefferson
j ti' . . , Streets.
... . o.HOrfAK'.' ' ; .
' t 0V DAHTOUTH, Agent.
y.'-- , . ;
plb.'l'rmHtTs. fi. w. d','b2'tcr. ' r. i. ictftN'
:'" Fennerly nf Nevins; Keiih a Co.
r M'LAUQKLIN, BOTLER, CO.,
,, (Successor )o F. A. Irwin i Cpy,
W II O Is E HA. T E O R DC )RIIS
' COMMISSION: MEROfrATS,
-. OKAUiRg IX
nnADlES, triNEN awd i.mroits.
' Corner SInrkeC and Clnrk Strfetii,
t, NASUVILLE. TENNESSEE. '
. WilKpay the highest morket "prices for Dried
:F.uit. Feathers. Beesirax. Uinstng. and Country
Produce generally. nov21-lm
ESTABLISHED ....... 1846.
p HAS. ROBE R T & O X
15 X. ic .
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"SO. 17 If. MARKET NTREET,
TirpJlLD REMIND UIS OLD FREND3 AND
it Customers that he is more than ever pre-
Sared to supply them with the Very best of Light'
read. Crackers, Cate. Candles, etc
He has also on band the, best of Wipes, suita
ble for medieal purposes', besides a suberior lot or
Imported Scotch Ales nnd London Potter, anu
tine brands of Cigars., Also. Currants, Raisin?,
Citron, Figs, Dates, Nats, etc.
Just received, a large assortment of Fancy Artt
cles, embracing Toys, Firecrackers, Marks, nnd a
very fine assortment of Fancy Confectionery,
suitable for Christmas Holidays, ;wbich will be
,1lil wholesale and retail. nov3f-tf
Corner Collegre and Union Slreets.
Ra. THOMPSOii WOULTl INFORM HIS
. rrfrnds an! the publie that he has just fitted
np and opened an Megan t BMtauraat over hi
Saloon, wber gentlemen will find at all times not
only tM lest tb bonu market affords, but also tn
tail- or everything from a distance Having: pro
cored ttw service of a firt-rat cook, an J from my
tang exptrlenca la hotel buslaen. I tnd confident ut
beioj able to plea customers.
rran uysurs receivta aaiiy ertea up in any
prean uame always on nana.
S. Q. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
(JITUATBD 1 MILES FROM 111F. OITV,
O on the Uallatin Pike, containing six acres of
Jand. magnificently Improved, and ornamented
with fruits. Bowers and shrubbery.
IS FOR SAIX.
Toqulre er NEWSOM, 0 LOVER A CO.
' de-2w 27 North Cherry street.
To Tobacco Pliinlcrt.
SUEABE NOW PREPARED TO STORE
la ;beiheaJs- Call ati6ur Warehouse, No..
BTO. XOKTIIEAST COR
H AVIN'O. CONCLUDED TO RETIRE FROll
have, this day sold out tn
The colton in 'stofe consigned fo us by our
we will always be found at tbe old stand, and'
Nashville. Sept. 7. IMG. ,
IN RETIRINd FJROM THE COTTON FAC
take great--pleasure in recommending oar sue
patronage ofonr unmerouj friends,; every way-
Kah?iBSent7ri3M.A Vr- j '.
.''i -sea aft'rrfe-.
li lir.r ciitiAUD iu ua auvi c nu
succeeded Messrs. J.AMcAlist(K JaCtJ. in the
mission and Forwarding Business, at the old
where we will bo pleased to see alt the old
We hope to be able to give satisfaction to all
Nashville. Sep. 7, 1303.
. Thtf' .subscribers are authorized
-f :! . . i i I i. .
i ''.'ll'. l '.. , i SanKBnd favorably
i fT n rntswi'SixfAro g it fi
" SAIJs'irAYE TA'tt EXCEEDED
Its superiority in operation and in quality of
influential .Cotton, Planters. Merchants and
jAjlsiie from IS 'to lUOsaw leaeh, constantly
- N13ND FOIt
n. a. iiturr, v. . okdwav,
rmierljC Jlanry m. f OH coanty.
Iimu si. cnKT, T t. sairjLt.
of Williamson county. of HhaNvllle, A.
B&iLElf, ORDWAY &C0.,
Jfos- 5 and 7 Broad Street.
WEBia IiEAVS TO RETURN THANKS TO
our friends for the very liberal share of pat
ronage bestovrej upon our house the past season,
and would say that, having enlarge our facilities
tor storing cotton, we are now prepared to give
very attention to tbe storage, sale and shipment of
ill cotton our friend may entrust to our car. We
promise that every effort will be used to secure the
nary highest market price, whether sold here or in
Will make cash advance on all Cotton er other
Produce (hipped to us. Our terms shall always be
a tow a any other reliable honse.
J ABIES M. eARSEY and WM. T. SAMPLE will
give their undivided attention te the Cotton Depart
ment, aud will strain every nerve to make It to the
Interest of planter to patroulze us.
Wawtll at alt time keep a full stock of Groceries,
Bagging, Hope ana .Twine, and all grades of Flour
for aale at the lowest prices.
WANTKD. We wish to purchase washed and un
washed Wool, Feather anil Print Fruit, and wilt
always glv the beat price.
BAILEY, OUDWAT & CO.
Vnncy Flour! Fancy Flour!!
-We will keep constantly on hand, by the single
barrel or car load, B. YaUgbn Cou'a Celebrated
Lockland Mill Flour, w'nlch wa will warrant In
every Instance. We will also keep several othsr
brand of l'loor, which w offer to the trade at the
lowest cash prices. Dealers will do well to examine
tinr Flour before purchasing.
. . BAILKT, OUDWAT & CO.
aug2t-Gm U. : A., B.J
FOE THE TREATMENT OF
Private DIscusch. and.
II KINASES OF WOMEN
S3- VATIK-YrN TREATED AT THEIR
HOMES. CntES OTARNTEED. t
All letters should be directed to DR. Jlr(lIlIH
Box 719 Nashville, Tenn.
0E2.ovecKo;a2 Union street, between 0l
lego and Cherry streets. :
' iiylfr-ly '
O'N kill's IT. S. Claim Aor.TCT.
No.a.1 Ocdak St..(Ui Stairs.)
ALT. CLASSES OF LEGITIMATE CLAIMS
against tbe I'nited States Government
promptly collected. Particular attention given
to oialtns. for Bqnalization of Bounty". Parties
who hare tiled claims at my omce.,and who have
not heard from me lately in reference to tbem,
are requested to send me their present postoffice
address, a many change hare taken place in
the postal arrangements since their claim were
filed, and letters are being returned to me every
day uncalled for. I Intend viiltlng Washington
soon for the purpose of urging a speedy settle
ment of all claims now In my hands, and it is
important that I should be able to communicate
with claimants promptly, as additional evidence
will have to be fnrnttSitd In many cae, and
stronger proof of loyalty in sorao eases qf citizen
claims. Money advanced on officers', soldiers'
and citizens' claims.
I am also agent far the National Stenm Navi
gation Company steamers between New York.
Lirerpool, and Qeeenstown, Ireland.
P. 0. BOX 23a. JOHN O'NEII.I-
atn. It. BKID. W. It. fcJUDHOCE.V. . T. RKOW.Y
EEID, CHADBOUHN & CO.,
(Suecemers to French A Co.,)
Cotton and Tobacco Factor,
General Commission Merchants,
4'orue-r of Clarke ami Front fttre!.
rplIERE WILE BE SOLD ON THE PRE
X mises, to the highest bidder, at the residence
of tbe late Dr. John R. Jones, in Bedford
county, about tea miles west of Sbetbyrillr,
on tbe Lewishurg dirt read, en MONDAY, the
171b day of December, and from day to day
thereafter, all the personal property belonging
tn said estate, consisting of lloasehotd and
Kitchen Fornitare, Farming Tools and Imple
ment, Horses, Mules, Jack, JenneU, Cattle,
Sheep and Does i (the noes consist ef stock hogs
and fat hogs ready for slaughter, the jack are
young and very fine, and a portion of the eattle
are very superior :) Corn. Fodder. Oils, liny,
anil variety of ot her articles.
And on the first day ef January there will be
sold at tbe same place the tract of land consti
tuting the homestead, containing about three
hundred and forty-eight acres, all under a most
superior cedar fence, and divided into lots and
fields w"- the tame description of fence; frame
dwelllnvJtonse of six or seven rooms, elegant
and commodious. The outhouse are new and
very superior; Bneyounf orchard; dirty or fitty
acres! of meadow t plenty of never-failing water.
The personal property iill be sold on a credit
of twelve months, except where the purchase
are less than five dollars, in which ease tbe rash
will be required on delivery of the article.
Tbe land-will be sold on six. twelve, eighteen
and twenty-four months time. Notes with ap
proved personal security will be required in all
rase, and alien will be retained on tbe Und
until the purchase money U paid.
REDDINO JONEX )
NATHANIEL BAXTER, J
Engine and TBolIcr Tor Sale
A OfjOb rtTATIONARY ENGINE AND
J Tabular Uofler for sal, at'iuoderat'e price:
Eotn in first-rate order. Thev are f sulCeient
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Dower KB uv a win, kuu ue.
Jamtd,IonapplieatIn at thk e:
S. A. HAKBLT.
sale Dealers in
TtTinrifi -vz-v-ir f Jt
IYEK PUBXIC .SlIiA3iE,'
TENNESSEE. 1 1 .
It C JE3,
THE BOgiNItSS OF STORINO COTTOi. WE
frteadi. will still have ear eloeest attention.. as
will ihlp or seti for them, aa they mar dlsire,
J. A. MaALLSTRR Sc GO'
TORAOE AND COMM IS5I0N BUSINESS. WIf
esson. jiessrs. umiw u. allsx oruolo the
worthy of their eonSdence and supports I . .
J. A. MoALI'STER s CtLl
ailBlBEWrWrr. iTV.tl BiVeriThiTwl hVve
(Jerton anUTooaeeo t actorage ana U en era! Com
stand. corner of Broad and College streets,
customers of the house, and our own friends
those who mar entrust us with their business.
ALLEN 3c HILL MoALISTER.
Of the old firm of BrttOK Jt Ath-rx,
amenta for the sale ef the celebrated
C O T t o.x i, sir s,,. t
known threughaut the
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THOSE OF ASY OTI1EK MAKK
lint produced, is acknowledged by Ih
on hand or furnished from the ManuSwlJry
Toys and Gliristmns Gifts
AT HALF PRICE,
OLD ESTABIilSHKl) 1MIUSE.
LIKEWISE MIUIJTEUr GOOD.4, ETC-,
at lalf price pesitively te closo out untH
the S&th nf IVeemtor. 'tlx steel: ceuilstif
Donnet, Hat, Sash, ami Trim
1,800 of tho Latest
Styles of HatB, Bonnetsj
and a Beautiful Stock
of Flumes of Every
Blli PS AKD 0 Jl If A M
Paris Flower ami Bridal Wreaths. Nrw Sty If. of
neca unains, iiean nets, .1C. ."ew Sltle llaur
Waterfalls an4 Coile. 10J I'iue Cloth Ctoaks-aome
atSlO.UJ; so piece Treneir, all Wool Hetlnos, at,
JM. Lailles Setts of a'ura at east... A Larfe
suica tn toys ami fancy uiwih, renumery, eicat
ost. Wiollen Ho r, Cbaibrts and UhlUretl'i How.
N. II As my health ijuire a change of climate
i.a.r, i mieu eiiabiiiiun; myaeir in Pullne at
fw lore, leaving; a Uranrli or ourbousxiarnasn'
illle, exelnsivety for Millinery Goals, an,! nil veil
unc I jut will give us superior adTanta'?- to select
guous at greauy reuncea price, n,l iitn uttll
novelties a tli.r com out lint. ,
I trnstuur M friends will help ns out at t)il
tliit time, anil get 3001I valne for tlielr menjy.
At 46 Union StrdeV
dect Kelt door to the Hank of Tennessee.,
Q to. S. Ran a
PJCKARD, ROPER & 'KEST,
..! I '
100 Commerdnl Street, cor. Walnnt,
LL nUSlNKSS ENTKirSTm TO OUOAnK.
t promptly attendel to. M I
Klrat Katiual lUnk. KashvlMe.
A'Iiik, Tnla-yA Co., Hankers. Na-litllW.
uru. V. fine, B., ,ri.Hi.tt.r M. Ct-j
NashTftw. ' s
1 " M f
ill. 0. G 0 HDlTE'lAt
KEALBR LjlALI. KIND Or"
LUMBER, iSHINGLESj tTC.
milifbNDEBSIONEI). having kVcntlt
X pwrebased tbe eppvr Saw Mill, known a tlx
"llnianlr MIM," b i iw alle to ofer to tbe cill
zeni iHKx'atti Title sad ntTouixHBgeMiBtry all kind
ofLnaater at prtee to raft the ttoie. leaps of ex
perleoikat th tms4ae JtMtlsVa Mm la ur las; that
all werkhaM be tnree! out in a werfcetaBMS ran
ner. By strict attentlvfl a4 fair deaHsur; he bepes
to merit aJTberal share of patronaj. .Call ami are
ottafetc m. c. ooi.DnEiir;.
JUDOE JOlks. BKIKN 4 JNO. C. BUBCJ
ATTOMtEYS AT LAW
no. gi t'liKitr.sTitiiirr.
Oil EAT BAS:AIZVN,
IN' ' ' ,
PIANOS ANH -OJIGANS
Call and exas(e I keen.
. ,--'.t.-: tn
ALFRED T. I'OPE.
Attorneys at tLaw,
Ottlrr. Firth nnd JriTrraon, ,SiirnfOrn.
Office, Vxvis into AJHWfCaV BcMKf ceraef f
Cfaureh asd Cherry J tfeM t Pt '0&e.
...n. 7 BO
. sf S ei
Prepertieaate rates forsiortar parted,
Subscriptions faTariabjf ja advTiBe,''
YELLOW., BINiSiSLO OEING
-mil : .
' ssr-Vt.Xow Tiant M' ' v
CXDAR fOST& AND FEX01NO
SK.S0?trB rOPLAE Jt BOILDISS LUMEES
Of aH ktad. C , .
fcor.-Crawfbnlnnii Xtfnjmlner. Sis.
nWSUp. r' ' ---Htf
No8ia7'and.l9 West GoIoffibmSt,,'
OfCOLOOSE, . .
"V " r :cohoi.s
xtbisa tr Btimn- "
Boimno.vRT: asd stoxoxoAiifEi
Er8pritorof the .ftMrta braad of. Oaaftge
i. .ii! lain
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NO.46 WEST SECOND .STREET.
a. -.) s,f. j ,SjVbbJs, . -
.' a -Jw st .
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" ' - ' ' nKIE'l?RTIT, KtP.,
iM. and.loral " Cask" aviatea'made m
KOWjLA.VlJ.SrfiaKY A CO.
Capital; One Million Dollars
- :irvci.NATi, OHIO.
R. M. niSUOP, ofB. ILBlsbepJtfla.
. a.v. vwn. t 4mura ViUu?n irk Auuiiiri
joserir o. butler, rre-t or UAjm Bak.
uuuii-aieiiiuxtST.or Uagd iUBinvf I'o.
Iwlt. HULL, or AiUy. lluU A Co.
A. S. WINStUW, of Wtastow A SnltMi.
BRIS9 BWrFT. of Brig Swift 1 Ck,
OUAULS3 JtULK; Of U KBle O,
Q.M. BOCJIAN AN. of Bcwfeaaaa Ca.
AoOLPII WOOD, of AMfh Weed iSi.
JAMES S' WIS. NaahvW Paekat Oempany.
L. A.UARBI3, Mayrtf aaratL,
TUOa. tmKEICir PrrUt.
WM.B.-rAsSILLt; TM FmUmt.
Trit Company t now" prepara! W tfmaaut ?g
the State oLTi-nneasee.
Ki O. 3IpVAIUY,Agt.
reHrKi'lssaifd-en nftt-etaa BHrk DweHtags Ikr
fire yean nt'a matevtabwdnettra en yrt ram.
tfASIlYILLE; OAIROr AM)
MA,MtV llil.i.,, tHl
rra Mout TT - j
rffnif jcfioVi: t'lcoiipkwiit' the ru-
L -tewIar-jpIeadkLPsjsmNT1 Packets, teastiic
Nashville during the season as feHew :
' !k'AKKTUEANDIK.1. JjbhT. OaavwaiaaT. !-
.ter. leave NbvUl TUKtjriATtUt l.14ek, m.
1 NASHVIOUE.'Wtfitf Si, MutHf Isave Ks-
TYltONB, T4Vmatffx,stH leate 3ATOH
DAYS.aUUB'WkXs w( .
, The alov, taaici win commence their rnr
trip on theunt'opmtlasevf nvlMea.la the Am -berland,
rlyer, and ceaMnBe- U run. rejularly
throilzboanbe tcif1 triien. as rr'af)oT sef,d-
ulairaklagtlos eotutseUea. a Calra w(th the raf
ular Backet (at St. Loflis, Uerapal and New Of
IraflsJ tMnlnSt threngb Ttekets P.tsstaier. aaxl
Clilng tits4igli Bills or LdBi fur Wstt h He
mbAreHtlre. aiid'aH' araHaMa -wav laadtac. at Mw
Tf ry,towet rate. t'Tetr t&ut wltt b saade by W
OfflVrs a'rtit Arenli sf'tMs Hih tfi render H MiaM
ami deseriUj the patrfsage ef gedfetrs and ttw
" ' IHISBCTT BOXD, 3teell Ae4s,
N 21 Kroptstreat, Ufper Wunrl NshvltW. Twin.
'NastiYilifc ' ami' New Orleans
"le-Wh'fel'iner,' (loO i
) -V 1 , , ,j V- -fia m '
fpUIsli MAOJjlFIC'KJJii;. JUKNOIK AM
X PrelKk steamer, (FcmManJed bf Capt- ts
Wonil. aud luttr and; BtwaMr Kaawa te thivH4
and the trareUajr sa3uaity l th NUtH and
NirOrWas trlein tkyv fUt,1 wfH, on tntr it
jiriuau newuibatis, eutar r jnw "ww
Nasnvnfn ami RtVIMrdns. ant eearfnae a a rMM-
brr,pVscktlririncib4 smumms. Tb !
U, unsurpassed Shr rabia act ummdi Haas ty aay
stkmLit on tM,Wte9f water. 'We ww4d r
.tliWlr auUcIt ham ear Mewl sad. Mm pwVUc
fcrtrWy srfrberalsSirvot the4rpatreaagii.
CUtlUlCTT & UOY,U(. ARenti, .
- ' M. alWsi et.
a inn iiruwrr
j rirr. H. ft SirAW, 'MaXeV.
f . 01'.. T. J. 3HAW. OLBKK.
X Tlll.c i'oturtienr-a Sink J nr. Rfxnlar
Y T Trip U New Ovteaju and aH (atemeji -'ate
ptTttfw tbenopestBjff-of tbeeatii. The
liA-V 111 WHITE wa pwurebased expfeMiy ftw
thW- troJe, and ba heen refrtfrhetre-SHd.
and tfeptsugbJy nvtrbaulJL aad proaBBeed ky
goed Judge to be one of file aofK eeaifarUWe
and nibstantial .tetaen r, tbe Western watr).
Hbe i a larre side boat, with a tmbst attd bdad-
asjealy furnished psiln eapaMefseramJaMc
eap MBdreusm riasf. aa4tty seeasul etasa f
tetitert. Her ruftadty T'ekSt bacIred Wa d
ber aeeemraadaUens far ejrryie frsf t4 aw
unsurDasaed. Stlodlsr a A So. 1 wltb tbe Btmld
of Unjerwritafrr. this steasier (naiels beeoWf
te (bippen of Cotton and Wf, while her ee
raat finlstC renders ber srfsjbljraeeeetabla to lb
AVIirrE wlrt leave KabviH t
NejViPrlem pa,lh5rt rife 1st the Cusbertand.
For irefrbt or apply on tfesrd. er te
'NTR..TTOJf, tttirjiZ.r & HOY, Agenti,
Cxecutor' Sale er luind.
SI ESHOtTOB OFTUir LAST WILL AJfD
at pKbrte sate u tbe preMMesi an SATarfr
.IA5rfaru.!liAV. OJf JANUARY. IS67. under v
thelireeilonsof the testater. Oae Huadred A ere
hf1 TalMble Farm Land, twelve miles frsta
ktfJiTalaabte (ami. aad wilt be kiM Mam.
rwervSl'' ',- ' .1
hi UK. iwlil