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ihftl portion of ftie jebatc
in JheBcwiteMpen tlicMIl fa admit Ne-lK-adwi
ae i State which relate to the in
terprel(ifli hrHenatfirs Sumner and
aae jriBe -purpose or the majoritj
in Cttmyf in Jrtrepaairig the pernHng
amemimeHt to (he ronMitution of the
L nUetltt for soceptanes hv the South
affJWVtda. I Win lAjtthkt ff.e
jib 9i me mil weiud mrt le diootiMed Hjoti
a mere motion to take it up for considera
tion. I tin not heliere tlvat epurse of pro.
ieWi m MntOy 4Border, because, if
liwl were alluered, we might ipend a wliole
day en x motion to lake up a hill. Duf
when the Seatr fgw JIaaclimt(4tn.
ikrtako in aarattjssd out of order, I
think, te prejudice a raeawire of wliicli I
am the advocate, I wt 1 allowed a mo
ment lo ancwer him.
ire thet-euwraerit in the hill, and
therefore it MhmiW not he taken up, tinder
taking himxeif te prejudge it and to jndge
for the whole Senate. In his judgment, it
isa Mtlf ri rtjrit, gfr, jr heflrereUie
sole judge here, I fdnwild give it up at once;
I hIkwIU come down reryquicklv; hut he
ia not the judge to deaide ultimately for
lhM hodf ; nad this way of dealing with
theeewet W Hot altogether satMoelory t
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Ai ibeffetMitor hM 'mtftfe alltfcloos to an
tiquity, lie will permit me to remind hint
that there wm an ancient eaying thatsohie
men wwfld rpin t a sraat asdwalRnT a
earner, awl I tlo not eeebat lliaf the remark
in applioahlp to him on thepreseptoccagion.
Why, sir, -on' the very objection which the
henalor makes, lie Jumnelf committed
tijMw the raerite of iliis hill to vote for it.
No Jem can draw the line of distinction
between his voles on former measures and
the vote I ask him to give for this measure.
How wait IF when theconstrtotiona"! aftend,
inent was np last session? That Senator
voted for it. Did that oomnel a Stafp. c
Tore coming into the Union, to allow fran
chise lo all citizens indiscriminately Nd
sir ; not at all. The only penalty it pre
crihed for a State which mado discritnina
tions was that the class whom it ercluded
from the franchise should riot wfeiinled in
the liasis of representation. So it will bfr
wilJi Nehraska if wo j.aas- this bill. sThfc
only difierence between .the oases ja-tliat
the Senaldr gave Ins vole in favor oT k
1elel State that now has her representa
tion on this floor, equallv divided between
rebellion and loyalty, ff? vototl that she
might come In. I allude to TenntWe.'
Air. Sumner. Did I vote for that ?
Air. Wade. I believe you did,
Mr. Sumner. Oh, no.
Mr. Wade. But the principle on which
you did vote would Jiava brought itj in
nevertheless. Itis oxaeUy'ihe-Mme-'ouW
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tion with this difference: this is la territory
which has always. leen leyal. always patri
otic, which aet Into the held to fight thb
usiiioi iigiiuwi reuwuoi) more troojn in
projrtirin to her .jnlwbitanta' than perhaps
against rsballioii more trooiM
nay vmvroiaio ur icrriiory jd itic Union.
Small though she wae, she was 'eztrwnely
patriotic, and exerted herself to the nlmost
. r 1 1 i i . .
iu lerrann an er mines io the govern
ment. And yet, sir.-fturning to Mr. Sum
ner, you now raisean 'objection against
vi,j y.iu now W?f" i) uj ecu on against
her, though yoaylla for a Rebel Stata
mi . r.
inai is an uierejs
Mr. Sumnor. Mr, -Powdent, I hope J
shall be pardoned If I rriSke oc word of
reply to the Senator from Ohio. He seemed
to think that his argument was advanced
liy persoBaliBllBsjons to myjwlf. Ifl un
derstand film, he sought to show an incon
sistency on my part,
Mr. Wade. Yes. I think I did.
Mr. Sumner. The Senator says yes, he
thinks he did. Very well, that will justify
me lucn in one moment rent v. I am at a
loss to understand how the Senator can
find any inconsistency on my part, if he
takes tlic trouble to understand the facts.
He assumed that I voted for the adniissioh
of Tennessee. I have setil for the journal
Mr. Wade. No; I did not gay v on did,
When you said you did not, I gave it up4
jir. emmncr. ery well; J have sent
for the journal of the Senate, and my namfe
will be lound recorded on all the yeas ana
nays and they were very numerous-thal
were taken, against the admission of. Ten
nessee ; and I, at that tinie, assigned the
reason, iecause u contained the word
"while" in itsconstitntson
Mr. Wade You voted for the conltitii-
Mr. Sumner. "The Senator says J vote
for the constitutional amendment. T di
voUJ for the constitutional amendment f hut
1 should like to ask the Senator whether life
considers himself bound now to admit one
of these Ilchel States if it refuses the mit-
iragc to ireumcn. i suouia like lo ask mr
Mr. "Wade. No, I da not.
Mr. Sumner. 1 knew he did hal
Mr. Wade. I do not know that I under
stand the Senator. Let me sav that
should consider myself lwund bv the coit
stitulional amendmeHt if the Southern
States complied with it within a reasonable
time, and that reasonable time, in mr
judgment, is nearly elapsed. By a reason
able tiroe1 1 mean as soon as their Lecislat
mres can consiuer il it thev adopt th;
constilntional .urendmcnt, and comply
with the terms prescribed by the Peconl
straction Committee and adopted bv Cont
gress, I should feel bound to vote for their
admission. I voted for tha constitutional
amendmont on that hypothesis.
Mr.8Umhor. Even with the word "white'
in their constitution r
Mr. Wade. "Without regard to tliat
Mr.Sumncr. Without legardtethe right
u mi! irciMitien .
Mr. Wade. On compivmg with the.r
uuisitions of the constitutional amendment
1 saonid vote lor them. ' , -!
Mr. Sntoner. I do not aeree with ih
Senator and J distinctly stated when tha
proposition was under discussion that I dk
not sccept it as a finality; that I was not it
any respect honnd bv it: that so far :
had a vote on this floor I would instst thai
every one of these States, before their reprcJ
sentatives were received in Congress, should!
confer impartial suffrage, without distinc
tion of color. I insisted upon thai at th
lime, ami therefore I ask my friend what;
uiwiroimviii; is inner oil tiiy pan nOW
when 1 insist upon the same rule iu rocan
Mr. Wade. I camwt see how the Sens
tor could ltave misled the Southern States'
with that When they complied with alf
we asked of them in the constitutional
amendment, Isupposed we could not rcAW
tor did nt Intend that they shoold have the!
benefit of what we had done by compliances
with the terms on their part, it seems to me
there was something wrong. I intended toe
1st ttiera in on the terms, wf prescribed,
did not ask mors, and 1 would not be satis
2ed with loss: and if now thev should vw.
ply with them, It would be bad feith in mo
to rtfiise to admit them. Osrtsinlr. T
as much for colored suffrage as any man on;
this floor, but when I make such an agree
ment as that, I stand by it alwavs. '
- Mr. Sumner. Sir, the Senator says,
"when I mak;an agreement! stand by iu"
I accent the language of the Senator;
when I make an agreement I stand by it.
T made no suck agreement as tha- Senator
attrflhitoa to me, and I do not understand
hat the Senate or that Congress made any
sfreh agreement. I know that certain
rKriltirfaM and certain, editora-have under
take to .ist ssch an agreement into that
proposition of constitutional amemlracnt.
Jt was sever so declared. J bel)ve that
the Committee on iteconstrnclion, reiwrted
a resolution le that effect; but thev never
c5i,edJlt anJ T know tbTr tht 1
oflered a resolution in thts'dismber'ex
prassly disavowing any such agreement.
Mr. Doolittle. The Senator from Mas
sachusetts will allow me?
Mr. Sumner. Certainly.
Mr. Doolittle. The Committee ot Re
construction reported a resolution that If
each State shovld adept this amendment
and the amendment should become a part
n,Ta' "l hy a sufficient
Sl 8U.1 tW "n the Slate.
rtedLrae,'Pt'd- -s what tlier j
tJlr. Jshason.! It was a hill
Mr. Sumner. It was not acted on. It
was never passed. 1 suppose that those
who had it in charge dm not venture to
.invite & vote n,ppn it.
Mr. DjMllttle. . It was latfl"on.'lh.e table
by jl vote-in the Hpsse of lie preventatives
nin the reas'and navB.
Mr. Sumner. " ery wellj ihat Is not in
my memory new. I do net donbt, how
ever, thai it was bo laid on the laWeln the
other House. What is the natural conse
quence of. that? It never became many
respect a letritlstlve act. Nobodv entered
therefbre legislatively into snch-agreemcnt
as the Senator from Ohio attributes to me.
How he could attribute it leitie in the face
of my constant asseveration on this .floor
that I would ndt be a -party to any Swh
agreement sn masses rav comprehension.
"2lNow, if I iindemtood the Senator, I have
answered his two cliargea -of inconsistency
against me, first with regard to the adrals.
sign or Tennessee, and secondly with re
gard to the constitutional amendment.
That part of thn Senator's speech, therefore,
falls to the grotind.
So far as the Senator enters ttiion the
merits of the nhestion, I willnot now nialce
ny reply. There may be a time for that,
If the subject should be taken up, and we
-should enter upon Its consideration, al-
thcMigh I should say now that I have no
desire to oceunv the attention of the Sed
ate en this subject. Ij however, must enter
my earnestprotest against the measure. To
my mind, it is one of the -most disastrous
measures that has been Introduced into
Congress. I use my wordsadvisedly ; I say
u is uisasirous oecause ii win impair me
moral efficiency of Congress, injure its in-
Ihe'SdSpmif of Jtist measures for theHSebel
States. Sir, we arc now seekinc lo oblit
erate the word "white" from all institu
tions and constitutions there: and vet Sen
ators here, with that great question before
them, rush swiftly forward to admit, a new
State with the word "white!' in its consti
tution In other davs wo all united, or
marty of us did and the Senator from
Ohjo was among the number in saying1
'3So more slave States 1" I now insist up
on another cry: "No more States with the
word 'while' in their conatitutionsl" On
that question I part company with my
friend from Ohio. He Js now about to
THE EDUCATIOQP THE NEGKO.
Paslnrnl' Letter from Iltstiop flreO,
orHIfssippl'-trhn Nubjeef of Ed urn
It iiff . ;lhe , Negro. I'rffl upon the
Cliiireh Tbe IlutV mid Feeling off be
To the Church ano Laity of , Missis-
sippi-r-UzAit- 'UHETH rkn 'Among the
many duties arising out . of the present
crisis in our domestic snd political affairs,
I know of nonet which more imperiously or
iiiuiu juiiuuuutieijr ciBiiun our anenuon
than that of contributiagtour help towards
the moral and intellectual improvement of
the colored population now in the midst of
ni t .i i t
iih. xuu wm remrmuer mai in my au
dress foour last Diocesan Convention. I ex
pressed in brief but vary decided terms my
views on this snbjeet; and that the journ
als of the Diocese will show that even as
fur lwck.as.1853 orL8o4, I recommended a
moderate ahd Judicious course of elemen
tary instruction as a reward for eueh slaves
as were uisunguisuing iiiemneives lor good
By the focent revolution In our political
wurh this unhappy class, is presented be
fore us in a new aspect, and with claim's
founded, not as, formerly, on the reciprocal
dependence and attachment of master anil
slave, but on the cold, compulsory and un
c uiumuLui. iciaviuii ui jiireiinif anu em
rlloycr. An inscrutable Providence has so
ordered thabthe slave .who once stood in ah
almost filiallrclation to" us, and looked to
our nanus, nor looked in vain, tor food,
clothing and shelter, and nursing, care anil;
instruction in the things of God, is nop
wiinoui preparation lor hts new and un
tried State, thrown. unnri liia nwn rwniiwJ
and wth almost the helplessness of child
hood, left to provide as far as he can, for
the necessities of both body and soul.
This change has literally been foreejl
UK)n them ; for a happier race of lalorerji
was never known upon the face of the
earth, hqr any no jn general sb
kindly treated, so moderately tasked, or
so ampiy rewarded for the work ol their
hands. That they were content witlitlieFr
conuition and strongly attached to their
owners,-their conduct througbont the late
war when ojir-; wives and children. ancl
our agel parents were entirely at their
mercy will "abundantly testify. Before
the intermeddling hand of a blind fanati
cism saw fit to sow discontent among them',
thereby riveting the chains which they
thought to break, a gradual but marked
improvement was going on in both theft
moral and intellectual condition. A more
general sympathy was felt in their behalf;
thestrong arm "of the law was extended
frequently in their defense. No harrier
was inleriQsed to, prevent' an honest and
trustworthy servant from learning to read
his Bible, and thousands upon tliousamh)
might have been seen unitiusr in uravar"
and kneeling at the saaie altar with, their
masters and Tnistrcfses. in my annual
rounds it was my delight to give to them
the afternoon of each Lord's day. and to
receive a considerable number into the
folds Of the church. Now those once
happy congregations are broken up ; not
one negro lias approached me on the sub
ject of religion since their emancipation;
they loye to go where their animal feelings
can be most strongly excited: and, in the
country, where there is n6 longer a kind
mistress 10 caiecnise mem, tney are re
lspsitiKluto the lowest kinds of superstition
which their fathers brought with them from
the shores of j Africa. The distinction of
cant i in me meaning oi mo term; which
was before unknown, and unthonght of.
ismow forced upon us. To replace him in
his former Mate, however desirable oh his
own account, not ours, is now beyond the
power of those who know him best, and feel
for him innst-deenlv. Waare cornnelfed.
therefore, to look around and see in what
manner we can best repay him for his past
fi.l.l:... l .:. I r .i i'
iiuciuj, anu aifuii uiiibcivcs ui iue claims,
which his ignorance, improvidence and
helnlesanesa imnosamnon us.. To treat Mm
"wfttT kindness tn ohr daily, unavoidable
intercourse with huu, to be fair and eveii
generous in making contracts with him, to
be punctual', in.the fulfillment of our en-i
gagements, -and to make all duo allowance
for his short-comings, aro duties so plainly
binding upon us that I pass at once to that
other, and t may say, no less important ob
ligation of providing a suitable measure of
instruction for him, especially for his diiU
dren. To thin duty we are called by every
. v j r.. a j UUI Krail'
1 I. ... ?. 1.1.
luuc anu uumnniiy. ii mis race, our
equals, U not superiors, in numbers, are to
remain, in the midst of ua, a sound policy,
no less than Christisn charity demands that
wo'should ilo all in our power to elevate
them in the scale of social beiug, and mako
them mere worthy of the poTitical Wains
that has been thurst upon them. This end
oan in no way be mere effectually accom
plished than by establishing schools for
meir instruction, on iue various plantations
and in country neighborhoods, as well as in
our towns, and by emplaning .suilahJUfl
leschcrs tt take them in charge. A' rude,
but comfortable school house might 'be
erected by two or more neighboring
planters, and the burthen of providing
books and teachers be thus divided among
them. Through a provision of Congress,
a liberal allowance has been made for the
rentof each school house, which rent niavt
fairly be appropriated by the planter
wnras me payment oi tue teacher.
In carrying ont this object I am hapn
to inform vou .that every fiicility within his
power win be aiiorqed by Uen. Thos. J.
Wood, Commissioner of the Freedmon's
Burctu, whose headqusrtera are at Ycks
hurg. A personal abquaintance with that
ce iUeman. "prompts me to sav that whilst
scrupulous in the performance of his duty
as an otneer or the general government, he
warmly feels for the depressed condition of
our Southern country, and desires to hold
in equal balance the interests of both the
whites and blacks. He will take nleasam
In giving 'all neewsary ioiormation and
instruction to anv person disposed to cnnM
In tills good wort:. Let me, therefore, dear
brethren, earnestly commend to your seri
ous and prompt attention, the intellectual
and moral improvement of those who were
laleiy "our faithful slaves. To my brethren
of the clertrr I trust nothiue more need be
said than to remind them that within their
respecfive spheres, thav are bound lb do all
the good.they oan to all men, without. 4ll-
uneiion or grade or color. To my brethren
of the Laity, especially those who are plan-
iy y j J-J. JJ yj -y .jl; 1 , ri: JL1 1 JL JL l.kJJL IX JL 7Xil
tors, other motives bexides those of Christ
ian charily adiTres. theisel visiter', they
mu Know mai inat .man will be roost
likely lo procure as many hirelings as" he
wants, and to jieep llieni obedient and con-
tented throughout their contract who gives
them, the assurance that he will provide for
their'children. Bet lis each. then, in our
several stations and according to oUr abilitv'i
giire ourselves to this necessary work,
looking to the Giverof all Grace, both for
preseia help, anilfor , the reward Jhat will,
assuredly fol 16 wour 'faithful 'laliors'n sb
humane anil so holy a cause.
" Your IovinjBijhoiuiniler Christ,
'GMmAus, Dee, Uth. 18C6.
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CONFBUERATB. ASSETS IN ENG-.
I'rofofdloui Against rrnser, i TrVn
liolui tt Co. ,f ",.
From the Charleston jfe'ws.
Eveyday or two we see some statement',
in the JNortfiernAJapers about the .proceed
ing entered in the High Courts of Clian
cery IjAtween the United States on the one
pari, and Messrs. J?rasei.Trenholm & Co.,
a mercantile house in Livernool. on Hie
other. These gentlemen are alleged' (o
have been the financial oeenli os the Con
federate States, and are supposed to have
still a large balance on depof.it to'the cretlit".
of the late "so-called.." It is stated with,
what truth we are unable lo say,- that these
proceedings were being vieoronslv nrose.
culed by the United States Consnfat Liv
erpool, who had succeeded in forcinejhe,
.1 ' . 4 . . .,
ucicituuuis.uiiu AiiosuioB wnere mev were
compelled to makeall disclosures, on oath,
of all their dealings with the Confederate
government, together with a full exhibitioa
nf lltl film r Imnt-. fT
lxwks and papers. To avoid
which disagreeable alternative. it is said.
Messrs. F.,lV& Joj effected a settlement
with Consul Morse, at London, and Mont
gomery Gibbes. an agent or the Treasury
Department. .This agreement provides
atayingaU legal proceedings in England and
the United States, and requiring Messrs.
F., T. & Co. to state what Confederate nro-
perty they have had in their possession, to
dispose of the same, and after paying them
selves 150.000, the amount of the" indebt
edness of the Confederate government lo
them, pay any remaining balance to the
This settlement, it is now renorted. was
rejected by theUnited States government,
on the plea that Consul Morse
vested with the requisite authority to make
such an agreement. The legal proceedings,
will, therefore, be renewed, the Unital
Stated Treasury Department evidently ex
pecting to come in for a hnndsnme nliim
as the heir-at-law of the late lamented de
ceased. NASHVILLE .'fe DECATUR
Great' Central All Rail Route
NASHVILLE-; AND HUNTSVILLE,
MEMPHIS MOBILE A7sTD
... , ..NEiil JlRLEAaSTS,. .
'PHE NASHVILLE AND DECATUR RAlL
V road Company haj made arrangements with
the Memphis and Charleston Rsilrostl Company
ii) wnicn passengers go I
ThroMgli to Mmi)lilsH'lllinut t'linrise
thera nr Two.
ftplemiid Slcupin&r Cur
nil A'ifrlil TraliM.
TiinooaH Ekprsss Tbaix Leaves Nashville
Doily at Q-sn v
Arrives at Decatur at A&l'A it.'
Connects with McmnhT ami CTifir15inn Ittil.
road for Huntaville, Memphis, Mobile, New
Orleans, and all intermediate points.
Leaves Dcootur at , ... F.rA t. u
Arrives nt Nashville at 11:&3 a? u.
Connect nt Najtlivilli. nifti Lnulm'tllb' n.T
Nashville Railroad, for all points East. North
and Northwest and with evonlnir trains on N. &
C. and N. 4 N. and E, AK. Railroads, 'for'
pointson those line.
FrolKht wnl Acrumiucxlnllnn. Datly
Kxrojil Nuuilnys. f
Leaves Nashville at..- ..i.. 'r-9S if ir.
Arrives at Deratur at- .... 0:(X) pi u.
Colnmbln Arootninoclntlou Trnln,
lntly, oxcrpt SniutnyK. j
Leaves Columbia at r-i "; v
Arrives at Nashville at... ....lftoi) i. 2
Leave ftasbville at- , JHXlp. i
Arrives at Columbia at- T:4,r p. yt,
llji g-irno C'licoliiMl Turoitffh. '
FAIIE AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
For Through Ticket nn.l other lof.i.mnf
pleaso apply at the office of the Nashville City
Transfer Company. Northeast corner of Summer
and Church streets, and at the Broad Street
Depot, Nashville, Tennessee. '
J. B. VAN VNE,
nv29 Ueneral Superintendent.
Nashville and Chattanooga:
R ATLWA xf
CII ANOE OP TIME. s
OrricR ofLQKSiuiL RorsaixraxDrxT. 1 1
U. AND N. & ri, W, RAILWAT.
Nashvillo. Tenn.. Jfor.a;: isfil
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, NOV. 27,
1800, and until further notice, l'assenger
trains will run as follows :
Nashville and Cbaltnuoon I.lur.
Leave Nashrilla for Chattanooga-' and all
oiau Siputh. a't 5:34 4, M. and 8a. .t-Arrivo at
day. Returning, leave Chattanooga at C.(U p.
u. and .MQ a. u. Arrive at .Nashville at 1:00
a. it. and 11:30 a. u. next day.
All trains connect at IVartrace for Shelbyvillel
SlIKLBVVII.I.K ACPOUUODATinv I,pnr U'nr.
trace at 12:10 r. u. and 8:30 A. it. Arrive at8hclf
byvllle at 12:50 r. M. nnd 9:15 a. it. Leave Shel
boville-TQ A.M.nnd il:00r. u.- Arrircat War.
trace at &A" a. v. and 11:15 r. it.
FARE HQ NEW
ORLEAS ..........83 S3
J....E...A 'ai in
MEMPHIS 10 00
IIUNTSVILLE 7 35
Close ronnectlons made at Stevenson and Chi.
lanooga ior an cities Kast and South.
Mceplng cars on all Aigbt l'assenger trains.
Naalivlllc nttil STorthWrMlpni BJno.
Kr pnr-i Pitnnr, l..uv.j v . . ..:n , J1-
Jphnsonville, and all point y est and Northwest,
AccoviioDATiox. Laes Nashville at iffiOO p.
-. . M.im ill ,n9UJllC HI OuLW f M.
fn . .... ir . . T .
xo iaae eneci on and Bi-ti
Train on the-N. t '. U. It It nnn.i .
Johnsonville, with the Cairo and Johnsonvilla
Packet without fail.
S Berths nd AIomI FRRK nn !!Uni
neeUnir with N. and N, V. Railroad!
4t) 1'aaaenfer bv tbi. mutn ur, n.M..r
lec.JnCir and Meal betwti Nashville and
tir Trains stop at all intermediate point.
' Procure tioket ftt II C. Jarkonn'a
-viouu iioiei, nrai iae UHRIlati.v.ga lepot.
V. 1. tXXHH, 0iT Sut.
. rt. .11.1.1 ..
N. A- a shuI K w
J. W. BROWN, Oenn 1'asTAgent.
nov27 tf. jf.
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS
AtJAINST THK novBii.iinK.vr.
KRSO.S HAVING CLAIMS FOlt COTTON,
UM. Wood LoaUr. Iron or M-rehimli,
takaa or purthad by the I'mleJ State anJ not patd
fr also rtsrti, mechanic and laborers who haV
i<ed to reeetve coaapeeMatiun for rTiom tanilarei
wj da well to ea(l on'tH at oqroffiKs1
1. I'Ji-irt yrret.
n. vlg-3o,-lfi. , 'A'rtovWjsHd CH4.m Agent.
To Country JVcwswaoer Iub-
TfOR SALE. AT THIS OFFICE. VAHIOUS
JL fonta ot newspaper and ob typewhieh oan,
be ,6aghl 'at vry "reasonable ralAjfo? cash
Also, Imposing Stones. Cases. Frames, and. in
faet all the material hwmmit frtr r.miJVir a
gfoa country newspaper ana lob oSice, We have
likatrlao-' fer galo -u Proef Jeo, arM sl Power
rress ail ai good as new. the Power Proas it
a Potter, on which Can be done slmiMI ,nr .Ia.
scrirlkin of work: site .if bml ?t'.! T,m
can e learned oaapilic4tlaasitfthisbffice.
" f l ! " ' i
iVtishTille Female Academv.
f 'SIEETINff OP 'THlv'arOCKlfo'llBEHa
; otine WMlivuie female Aeadmy.-willtb
d,r AlQKDAY, Ith day of Jaauatr. . lT-at
Ktrace u Junes ulisv. in in .tnnrinnitas.
lorIt OUTDO. Gl .leellllir SjifAn Trallu,
iu ensuing year. ,
W K. ULLISTON. Pre
deel2-td Board of Trustees,
rnon 10 to 2.-. per cext. saYcd
t imo tutu aoflw jt Tiir.
NEW YOBK 1 STORE
15 VmS STREET.'
'piIE rirt.K OK NASHVILLE A'ka.' THk
1 urrounJluecuuuirr mill tJnu Learnt niTnj. '
tug itfK ml rjr.itrrtlre.tock of, .. . . fc-t 4,
jJVliieU !. Iwg bonglit fur Out, ln,tle.Trrnhet
ttnmT&na wlV Win tU.r
, Ibirfl AnUio?, all pri-v n ni.tf- '
, 1!,,,t ''SliliaoilOrinan Pojaimf J.. ff
Ladle' Sacklnc.'ciotij - ir
. Flne)ritpWlil'apu,. -
. . if n,,r,n Wtti'n. litiivi !
' S.J'I t'UHaUcelOH;
All Wool tlanutU. all potor, , ., , 1
IWvrn, DruaJclotLi, aud Catoltuvrrt ;
.. ,iynl,"f .1"w-J, .and Jeans ', , . 1
liugluhiU Ami-rifaa Prints
Ilrown an4 Illeache. nomtki';
, C-1,7-4, M, and 10-4 Stating;
Table IJnens, Towt4,,and Xafkinaf
-Mi CJ.ildrrn; Motterj
4UBMnu4 FreiKti-Kiiiliruiderfed dtnria;
.ijiuUax Klllpttenpop SkTrtt ; .
Ladlej SnaVt,- Cloaks, and Sontagu;
.RnippnsTrimmlnga, ft Fancy Goods;
And niaujrotlwr flood too numeroai to mention
. Remember tht place NEW YOKK STOW, Ko.
13 Union Mc, (Lbtj-ft . CoaoW stand!)
oct2l-3m K. VIIAliriCl.lsi.
. Jniium-y ,dr. isor. .
Ww- Liiiscomb vs. a E. Joneaand o'thcr. :
I n ruitauASUB ur. UKUKKK OF THK'
Jl Chancery Court at Nashville" in above named
cause, I jvill sell, at thcCourt ;IIpuse-at Nash-
Saturday, Jaiinnry 5t. 1S07,. '
Xhs tract of Laniin thenSecoml District df Da-
viuMn covniy, , coniainins; 8J4 acres, known, as
uiumrus. iinamnu was sow in iswitiy.w.
LipscombJitri-aK Barnes, nn.l by hiiu'arfer-
Trua r onea.
month, without lnfort Vt. JT1-
cwiiii x. mini rfii mi r ntiii tnaii'a.
two good leeuritie. and IienTctairied. Sale free
from redemption.. :
MORtOv it linurpr.T, n 4.i i
decW fd ' ' -.u....
Jnp. V. IVirram vs. Jno. E. Lnlllr nml
' ofhers; ;
fN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
-L Chancery t'purt Iu the above named cause. I
will sell at public auction, at tbeCourt JlouJe, oh
Nntiinlny. January 0, 18C7,
Lots No.. 70 and 71. in Foster's Addit inn f'n
'mOUthS. With internal I'pnm ildr .t..U )KTh..
required with approved jecurity.nd' ien ro
tained. Sale free from redemption.
MORTON B. II0WHLL, C.an.lM.l
.daflg-td ' 1
Ellen Desba vs. Thos. Ritell dnil otlie'ri
TiN PURSUACE.OF A DECREE OP TH 2
XChancery Court in this case, I -will sell it,
pnblis. auction, at the Court House at N'aili
Ville. on . , ,
.ftatnrtlny, January .fi, 1807,
A tract of about 7fi acres of Land, lying near'the
Nolensyille Turnpike, about twelve miles from'
AashvUle. This U the same land formerly sold
by Sain I Kimbro to Thomas Russell, 'and hi
bondor title is.recorded in the Register's office,
m Book No. SO. page 637. I
TERMS 0F&ALE Six moiifhs' credit, wi'tH-
XM"nnWr Saio trXit
-MORTON B, HOWELL; C.and
William Ifagar vs. Tboinas Y. Nnrtbeni.
.TK.P.pRSlfAN'CE OF A DECREE OF THE
JL Chancery Coiirtlrl ihia r.iao. T nniit.in.i...
tic auction, at the Court House at Nashville, on
rtntnrdny, Jnmiary B, ISG7
A tract of Land on SuenrVCreek. near tho Wit-
son riiunly line., adjoinms .the lands of Wm.
uajrar. ana containing alKut sixty acres
TERMS OF SALE Sir and tirott-n mnnfhk'
credit, with interest front day of sale. Note
required with i approved secunty, and Hen re
tained. Sale free from redemption. i
MORTON B. ItrUVKI.T.. n n.l M f
Jennie S: Fleming Vs,.D. D. Dicktiv.' mil
i OF A 1
: DECREE OF HIE'
Chancery Court in this ca
l c.in. T Will SPlI nt tl.A
Conrtllouso at Nashville, on ' .
Satnritny, Jnnnnry B, 1807. ' '
I The two Houses and Lot. No. SO and 31, on Ikld
Lemore street, between Union and Cednrstreeti,
owned by Jennie S. and E. T.llemlne. i
TERMS OF SALENS!, twelm nnd ;l.i.t.
months' credit, withoutinterest'. Notes required
with approved aeourity, and lien retained. Sale
free from redemption. , , i
MORTON B. HOWELL. 0. and M. .
Letitia J. Ilarrls, Adrar'ivs. Roliert Har
ris and others.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
1 Chaneerr Court at Nashvilln in nlmr, nnmii
cause, I will self, at the Court House at Nash
Sntnrdnyt Jnnnnry 0. 1807". c
A trael of 2T0 acrci oT tand. about nlnVmiles
from Nashnlle, on the Jfolensvlllo Turnpika
Road, being the same purchased by B. D. Har
ris, decoajed. from Mrs. J.eiiacka Browa.f i
Also, about (3 acres of land, adjoining the
former residenco of B. D. Harris, deceased,
about four miles fronvNoihvllle; t
these lands will be .sub-divided to suit purt
chassrs. ' 1 '
TERMS OF SALE-One-fourth cah. and the
residue on credits of six. twelve, eighteen unil
tWOntr-IOUr innnth, IvifliAnt int.M.1 VIA.
required with npprorcd security, and'llen rer
bale free from" redemption.
MORTON B.110WELL. C. and M.
Sdle of Valuable Lands
David C.Xovo etals. vs. Alex. Matthews et. alsi
AS DIRECTED BY A DECREE OF III ii
Ccunty Court of Davidson connty. nt Its
December Term. ISfS, In the dbat-e cauc; I will
offer at Public Salet at th'ft aoutb end of the
Court House, in Nayhville. on SATURDAY, the
5th day of January. 1807, a certain tract or pari
eel of land belonging to tho ostata of Amelia
Ijove, deceased, and described as follow, vii i
'Being Lot No.10 In the plaaof the divjiion of
Anuren uuucuian ianus.'eituateu artout 1
miles from NaahyJIle, and near the llillsborq
Turnpike Road." baid land is unimproved, but
fertlle'and heavily timbered, anil conta ns 2i
TERMS-One-third cash, and tho balance on
a credit of one and hrocMr, triih Infarct fn.m
day of sale. Notes with personal security re3
quireu ior mo unpaid purcnase-ranney, and lietf
retained. P. L.NIOHOL. Clerk.
I 11 OvYAL. f
v- ' '
D R T, 1,
HAS KEMOVHD FROM CHERHV STREET!
to So, aio corner of Cnurch" and JUeLe-
nioro str,eits, where all who may dejire his ser-J
int. n . ujurijiu ill uiiu u til . s
Br C'oleiuan has, in rannection with his office.,
a neat and ejegant I'rug Store, rotitAInlng a well;
iuin iwi siin-iv VI p
nni'ia, Jiniuci.VF.s. PKRrr.nEitY,
And other articles itsually kejit In suchestafi
lUhmenl. which he oflery.M the lowest oash
prioea. The Oood nr frtsit and genuine.
A1K. CHARLES B-nlSTlNE. formerlyTJook-'
keeper ndPreariptlonlst at the l)rugSthre.n-,
... . uafiMiui. a. vttjt is mia jjt. u,, anu will
take plaaJure in ur.iiting upon ills numerous
1'rcscriptiona.promplly and aerurntelr eum-t
ivuuucu m siihiuuib. iieea-ix
Out for Breakers !;
T0NT VOU SEE THAT W'R A HE SlfR-M
f. rounuBj uy rest aien, Fast Hones. Fart
Then iiH not POLICY" to take out an 1
AWsOEanr tSBlTRAATB VOUCY, .
jhlch guarantees to the. assured .1,004. in case)
.of death caused by any kind of an accident, ori
in cae ofinJnry, , ti , w,i
pompenmtion for a period not to exceed twenty-:
fir weak! lor any one Injury. Such a Policyettn'
Southern Life Insurance Co..
of Memphis: tenn.. .
on the following terms: One day ft"; Two days
fV; three dara-Jic: foar days $1. ill; flie days
$1 . Jeodays $a 50; thirteen da- fi. fifteen
days $8 50: twenty day-$l CO-. thrKr diva J6 iw;
two mnothi I) (O; thro month JUS 0 twelve
months 2i 0. AlLvfitheAbore-meotioaait Pol
Icie and Tiake,ts can ba scoured at a momwt's,
node from any BallroW Ticltet OtSee Inlhe
city; orofanyof the prinaipal Railroad' Tiekit
Office tbromhont th enlir.,iinth AUn K.
B North Cherry Street, Naiiville. Tanii otheo of
: FRANK il PER KtS, I
atwis-umi uem Agent o. L, In. Cat
DOCTOR JOSEPH JOIVEfL
.i ! . ' i -i -l ?
TENNESSEE, -FRIDAJ, BECE5IBER - 21,
i.natfstt; s.f-A-iri .tnjijblia m
llfkW (.1 "l.fc 7 til
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''tfr. iu I . .Jnulk",!'
U -i- T.ttA i i .iJ IftKjf.
iJ-tarfKnn I,,!,; -, mh .-msn ui,-r.
itusn nwAiuis ax la,iI -rut zmut ubiu
i mil.-. , ii stt.int.f.iir, .ri i.ii . - rh
rtllt"! tiWftii, f.rjr vlol -;vl ImisT'Iv !
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TJKADi JIIKj iPLLQWiIKQlOMK--EV1-JjVJenc'.e-0'
medicinal virtue, ami try il Is
yrtuf nwn fsmilr'circl: ' ' .". ,
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Dear Sir: I. have examined vour.Stom.ieh nil.'
ters careiuuy, nna una it wtiat you represent it
toba. The high order which the ingredients
going into It take in the Materia Medic, as well
as the most happy proportioned combination of
zunsunces. mase ypjir uiiters tar eupenorto any
miiar preparation in tin country. The titt
tnatyou use only the purest Bourtwn Wh6kr
must necesiarilT recoiniaend ronr Itittor. in
another point, especially as far as wholesome-
ness and palatability are taken into coiridera
tion. I wa well pleased to see In your -eitib-lUhmen
the process of manufactaruie your
Bitters earned on hy wsyofdisplacementwhioh
not only gives you a better product, but.aljo
recommeads Itself rjy clearer operation. . .
Lrtutiville; Sept. 29.1,.hCC,irJ:anJ
tv.t ! ; .(
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M.rl tit M
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Hi I .lie-
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Wilder, Uitui .
DearHir: Sly wife and ch!d bave been auSer
mg for several months from Indigestion Mj
wire.seeing your advertisement, reouested red to
bring aer a bottle of your Stomach ltinr
1 did : and on using one bottle. I am mnrnili.n
appy to state that my child, now four months
old. who has nothad a volunUry action (lace
its birth, Is entirely restored, and my wife Is
enjoying tlio best of health, and is now wholly
unwilling td 1ms without a bottle of your Bitter
in the house. assheay3 it is the most strength
ening and appetizing tonic that can be used, and
that no house ought to be without it ; and I feel
it due to the public to make known the wonder
tut good ithas ptrformed, in my household, and
most heartily recommend its uso In every familr
I remain yours respectfully. x
. . . T:M. SWANN,
Of Craig, Truman t Co., 'M Alain street
L.uJvillc,Octol,en,.lS.l6. J a n slree1.
-1 ,1 -iffll -- t.f in'."
-vt 1 ,foXvt iri 'A-tiu'.
i i - -..' ji n."' i . j
ft. J. i r
, . RqcK Havk.v, Meadc Codstt. Kt.,1
, - October 21. ISM.
Afr. Eilienfd Wilder, Lovitville, Ky. ! ! '
n...m.. tiA .. . . ..
suffering from Ague and Fever. or"Chills InA
uc r oir : i luko n Bainr, in Bavins that I wn.
..in. im "iciui luuuuii, nueo. a was aavtsel
by a friend to tn von r fnmAnfffltft.Ai.1. p;.M
tever, for several months. when I wna ndrl.rel
cind after usln? turn hotilpi r nm .'
Nftorcdr It-not only impartsSiew rUar. but It i.
truly the- bent strengthening and 'appetizing
tonic, nt the same time pleasant to the taste, I
have ever known used or afforded to the puplio:
and I would say to all those similarly afflicted
that if they would be cured and have the discaso
thoroughly eradicated from the system, to use
your Bitters, and be convinced of their wonder-
t medicinal Dover and vlrtttp
a remain yours respectfully,
P. P. NEVITT.
1-tr- t, d 1 U
r " Loui3v;r.i", Kv, 0ctolier.l2.' ltfiO.H
Wilder, Ktq., Civ.-
Twas a good deal nfflict'ed' wijh Indigestion,
and occasional attacks of DvsheniU T wo, ml.
vised, to use your Bitters'. I scarcely used one
bottle when I felt relief,, and from the use of the
Bitters, though nearly sixty seven years of age.
feel the same energy nnd virapity and cheerful
spirits of a boy of twenty-8ve. Your Bitters are
a pleasant tonic and cordial, and a thoy are pre
pared from pure ingredients aad good old Bour
bon Whisky. I enn safely endorse their use to all
amieted as I. was. I wonld say to such persons,
keep your minds easy, your bowels open, your
neau cpoi, your icet warm, ana uia ivilder's
Bitten, and never mind the Doctor.
Respectfully,. J. Vs BUCKLES; ,
"Old Reliable" Agei.tfErieB.. R. 1
nt. it d ip
-1 i iJt
And all specieiiif
anil IVior nnd Jtjrite.
An!i all periodical dlsordersll'wfyljflve iintaei
diate relief nh" 1 '
U V.1 ?Hre .COSTI VENESS. It is a'tnlld and
delightXul,invigorant for delicate Female? It is
a u s Antl-Billinjs Alterative and Tonic, fo?
family purposes. It Is a powerful recupeianC
aner the frame has been debilitated and reduced
by sickness. It Is an excellent appetiser a welt
as strengthener of the digea'.ive force. It is de
sirable 'alike as a corrective and mild cathartic
It is beingilally used and prescribed by all phy
sicians, a the formula will be handud to auy
regulur graduate. , '
:ewrd witijER,, ;;;
ft. A' it- i.'e
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y EDWAISO. 'WIIlDER & CO.,
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; - EwUsYllIe.Iajv -
I r (v .i.'. w Ir.it', -a.i !siii
;'. i,-. -iK iIm.; t,.-ist tail
for Sale BxDtf DEXiajBte1
noTlS x , '
college Street; ncrtr Union,
-Designated Depositary ana rinaneisl Acent
h4tlJireare? to transact, a. rejuar, ankine
lojiess. aad fnrnbh Exchanse on
.f , . HEW ORLEA&'S,
Ufldveranient' SecnritifS, Gold and Silver.boagbt
ami romnn Commission. . t 1 '
iw I,-- : ii- - W : J: THOMAS? Cashier:. ,
" '-fiirl i.r i , . . ' .1
is T1ITR1I Xktninvn nivr
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KASIITILLE, TEXNESSKK. i 1
' ' ' " STocKnoLDtai. ' i '
M t W... Berry, , BI. Barnsl
John Kirkman, Jos. Vf. Allen, i
v. wearer, Kd-arJonea, ;
Hjn l Vt Cartar, , A. J. Duncan,
Alexander Fall, Chas. K. Ilhlman.
.lmnr.d Cooper. ...
THK HANK OCCUPIES TH BUILPIKO F0U- '
merlT oceupled by the Plantera- Bank, writer br
Union and Uetteee ttreeti. and la' tirimr. m bur
" anJ SllTrr Wralta, U. 8. Se;nritle and
SUto Bond, collect Notel, Draft, Cbrirwa. eto.. In
all iwrts or tbe Unlteil states.
ft-ao Bond and 7-3i Treasury Note alirars On
band and for aale. Gold Ooniwo cashed and' flom-
KbKi: i . I'rosideut. octlU-3ui
. WALK Ell.
J, L. YAKYAX.
A TTntlmrwo at i i ui
fl I I U It 1 t. I O t'l' LAW.
41 Cherrj .Street, (up stairs-,) '
S, G OIL AD AY
C lit y Sho o'
S-t o r
(Qnpoite St. Cloud Hotel.)
No. 3, .Slnimotis Block, riiurrh Stroct,.
Comer IiroaiL anil Hljlt Strepl.
RKTAIL PRICKS OP FLOUR, JIEAL AND
reed, delivered frea of clmnn z ' '
Flour, made of White WlieAt, " Washing
Broadway Mills Kxtra Family Flour
Broadway JIIllS. Fine Floi)r.."...
Graham, or Unbolted FlOnr, per 100 lb
Middlings, lr 11W lbs...... , .
Jtye Flour k..,
Buck Wh at Flour
Corn Mea, lrbuBheIiA..'..&.
Bran, per, luO lis .,. ;!....... .
JIixe.1 do, tier luo lUj-ja......,
Short, pe'r 100 IIh.2!!....
Corn, per bushel "VT'
. SI 05
tat,- Iier bu)iel .
P. P.DICKKV, AgeuU
my e. its- &; hit nti.
DESIRE TO RETURN THANKS TO THEIR
patrons for the liberal support heretofore
eitendcd to them, and state t6 the public gen
erally that in order to have creater facilities for
Iiierenscd T3emaiicl" .
. for their work, thev nrn flttinc n t-i m.miCran
stylethe large and commodious two storr
No. 76 North 'Market Street,,
Dnodoornnrlh-otthelr present stpniLTornS
Carrlnsj Fnrinry lind Sftlei'ltoonl.'
JVbere they will bo belter prepared than ever to
woric U1' reputation jbr making DntJaf a
Enfrnuec to Bpalringr Shops will be.
. . Ilie Same ns Herotororo.
A fitdendid ntnrtmenf ji. 1. .
on hand at the lowest figures.
o will oontinuo at our old" stand' until oar
new Factory s fitted up.
decl-tf JIIYERN A- linXT.
33 Public Squai'e,
DELIVER GOOD HARD, MER-
WT T cbantahle
Uood, an where within the
FIVE nOLKAKS l'KB COItl),
Orders received at
FOR SALE AT YARD, Of. PKLUV
rlli'ArvT t Ii n n I n ti . ... ! (n . I '
T ereil, cheaper than at any other yard in
Termi strictly OA8II.
"Extra TndHccmciii.s, 1
PA HTIK3 PH110IIA9INO ' LARORL J.
lYnrd comer North Front nnd Jefferson
, onci-is. , -.
o. IIOOAN. . , i v
. 0. P, DANFQPTII, Aetnt,.
'"'! "ft," BDTLKE. F A. la Wis
i 'uruierty oiADVina, jveita A Uo.
mLAUU.fcLLIM, BUTLER & COi.t
'(6uccessor8 toP. A. Irwin 4-Co.. i
IVII O T, E S A Ii E CJ K O GEK$
COMMISSION- MERCHANTS. ',
nnv.Mnr.s, wikes a..m liuvok4
Corner .Harket nnttClnrk Street. ,
Willlpay tnehlglest market prices for Drfei
ftnif, leathers, lieeswnx, Oinenc, and Country
(i II AS. ROBERT SON:
A. XC IG IS
TiO. 17 X. MARKET STREET,
WOULD REMIND HIS OLD FRENDS AifU
ir CuKomera that be it more than eyer pre
pared to Wpply tbem with the Very l)0t ofLIghl
Bread, Orackenf. Cake, Candies, etc.
He ha oUo on hand the best of Wines, uitn
bie tor medieal purtoses, bogiJes u superior lot ot
imported Seotth Ales and London Sorter, anil
fine brands of Cigars. Alao. Currants, Raisin.
uuroD, jrig. jjates.ivat. etc.
Just received, a larmitswrtment of Fancy Art(
leu, embracing Toy. Firecrackers, Mask, and a
venr'fine asiortment nf Fanir l!.inru.flAnrr.
anitabl fur Christinas Holidays, ;whloh will l-e
eoia wnoiesaie ami reiau. ppva-t
Corner College and ttnlou Street.
p CL THOMPSON WOULD ISiFOBM HI3
JJj, flfc'nd ad the Cublk; that iim Iiu In.l Slil
wjr and opened an eiegant Eestanrant orer bit
7""i I"""" aToseaew wui Bail at all time not
1-coreoiM aerviM T a first-rate cool;, and frucn my
Itfug ex per woo ia hotel bnaloess, I Mi 0tiflJntuf
being abla to, plea, ctu turner.
Freh Oysters recvlrej dally aervej Up In any
rtyl. Freti Oaeaa always on hand. 7
aovt-ly K. Q. TUOMPSO.yProprietor.
OITOATHU VA MILES FROM' THK CITV.
Ooa the Uallatln Hke, containing ciz acre of
iaoo, magaiflcentiy improved, an
Klin Unit. Bowers and hrubbery,
IS jF02y '
tnqblre of X EWS0.V, aL61:R A'c).
deeS-Vw STKorth Cherryitreet.
To Tolinoco, EJttulcrH. .
rK ARE NOW. PBEPABKDTft STORE. K
f ship ocpurehaje TcbaJioo.1either loose or .
M Wfaeati Can -ftt our Ulirehbuse. Mi. a ' tl
llalr at.u V -. i. : 1 1 1
SAUrKL CO WAS".
uyohUilarsdutito QEplqE C. ALLBN
The retton In itnra ciwWnod trf"uj bfoar
We wiltalira'rs lie'feund at the old' stnml, and
-: Kahrille. Sert.713iW.
IX ItETIRIXO FROM Till! COTTOX FAG I
I ' . ..
tnKO ffrnt mtVunrA in rMAmmaniiins nnri i
BY" REFEUEXCE TO THE ABOVE AD
succeed ediAlenrs. S. A. McAxtswc 1c Co, in the
mission and Forwarding- Business, at the old
where we will bo pleased to see all lh old
We hope to bo alile to elre vattxtatlon t all
Nashville. Sep. 7, 1S&5.
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'-' Tliosubacrlbers.are anthorispd
o . till.., .r.',.. ' - j
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. So long and .favorably
'.. , lit m'j ..1 'it. i .
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. SALES, HA Vi: FA K EXCEEDED
ItsJUperiorilyin operation and lo quality !of
inlluentlul Cotton Planters. Merchants and
- i All'iite'fruui IS' to luOsaws each, constantly
p. M. SAILCT,.
Fnrmerly of Manry co.
JAtirs H. CAtRT, ,
of WilIIaniou conuty.
X. OKiWAr, j
r (rM con iity i
B, ,AJ rLr.
of HnttHTllle, Ala.
BAILEY, QBDWAY & COi,
COTTON, COM MISSION
Nos 5 and 7 Broad Sireei.
WKBKO LEAVE TO RETURN THANKS 10
one friends for tha very liberal abare'of pat
ronago baatowed upon our Loom the past season,
and wonld ay that, having enlarged our facilities
for atoriag cotton, we are now prepared to giro
every attention to the atorage, sale and sblpmentlbr
a '.1 cct ton our friend may entrnst to oar can. V
promts that every effort will U) used toecurethe
very hlgheat niarket frier, whether aold Iwrasriu
other market. '
Will make cash advances on all Cotton r other
Produce ahlpped to ns. Our taym shall always t
as low as any other reliable, house.
JAMES It. OAESET and WM. T. SAMPLE will
give their undivided attention to tha Cotton Depart
ment, and wilt traln every nerve to make It to the
Interest of planters to patronize ns.
We will at all time keen a full itnrV nt r.nw.rUt
Bagging, Rope and Twine, and all grade of Fl.mr
for ale at the lowest prices.
WANTED. W wUh toporchai washed and un
washed Wool. Feathers and Dried Fruit, and wjll
always gi$the best Price.
BAILEY, ORPWAY ft CO.,
Fancy Flour! Fancy Flour jl
Wawllt keep constantly on hand, by the single
barrel or par load, H. Yanghn & Co. Celebrated
Lockland Mills Tlour, which we wilt warrant Iu
every inatance. We will also keep several other
brands or Flour, which we offer to the trad at the
lowest cash prices. Dealer will do well to examine
our Flour before purcluulng. , ,
BAlLEYf OltDWAV & fHl.l
aug21.6m U. A A., B.
FOR THK TREATMENT OF
Privale DisciiNeH. nnd
DISEASES OF WOMEN
- PATIEJTTS TREATED AT TIIKIU
HOMES. OPRES VARVTEE1. t j
All letters should be diroctcd to nit. SlrfJILf..
I Box 719 Nashvillo, Tenn.
omoe overao.3 Union street, between Col
lege and Cherry streets. '
0'Nrat.'fl U. S, Cmiu AoK-tcy.
No.S CEPiRST..(lJn Stairs.)
.A UaCLASSRS OF LEGITIMATE CLAIJfS
XX. against the United States Government
promptly collected. Pat ticular attention given
to claims for Equalization of Bounty. Parties
who have- filed claims at my office, and who have
not beard from me lately in reference to them,
are requested to send me their present postofBoe
address, ar many changes bave taken place in
tbo postal arrangements sinee their claim were
men, anu letters are being returned to me every
day uncalled for. I intend visiting Washington
soon for the pnrposo of urging a speedy settle
ment of all claims now In my hand, aad it Is
important that I should be able to communicate
with claimant promptly, as additional evidence
attt)nrer proof of lor<r in soma Aaim of mKtm
iti.iui.iu iv uu lurunicu ui uiaur caes. anu
' mm ciineos crai:
srrition Company steamers between New York,
Liverpool, ana wueeoK&wn, Ireland. , i
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OKO. H. RttD. W. Jt. OHADEODSK. J. T. RKOWg
REID, CHADBOURN &0.
(Suoeesaora to French A- Co.,)
CoKgii ami Tobacco Factor,
General Commission Merchants,
(.Corner of Clnrko mid front StrorlH,
'PUERB jJ'ILL BE SOLD ON Tilg PR-
uitscs, u iiicuiruBMi m.iaer. at me rattuesee
late lr. John 11. Jone. m Bedford
county, about ten mile west of SbelbrviUa.
on the LewiHiurg dirt road, on MOIvDAi'. Imi
t. , , , . . -.
eetpber, anil from day to day
iiierriersonai irtitrfv briiw,.
to said estate. eAatistinx of llotuebnld aJ
Kitchen Furniture, 'Farming Tiol and Imple
ments. Horses. Mules. Jack. JaanMa. IVtrU,
Kbeei and Uogs; i.the bogs consist of tock,io
lion reailv focsb
young and very Cne, and a portion of the cattle
are very superior:) Cifm, Fodder, Oat, liar,
and a Tarlety of other ariiala.
And oa the Cnt day oTJanuary there wiH 1
sold at the same place tbo traet-of lamt nmti
tutlog the homestead, containmg admit three
ennareu ana lorty-elgbt acre, all unarTjaML,!
nirioredar fence, and divided iat lotitag3
iieios wun isesarae ueaerlplion orroe; frame
dwelling bowse of rix or aeven rooms, elegant
and commodious. The outhouie are new and
reryaajieriorr fine young orchard; forty or fifty
aere of moadow : plenty of never-failing water.
The personal property it ill be Sold on a credit
if twelvemonths, except wbero the pufehase
are less than live dollars, in wbieb rase the csh
wilt te required on delivery of the articles.
The land will be sold on six, twelve, eighteen
and twentr-lbur month time. wtih mn.
proved personalseeurity will be required in aft
s"ia a lies wui oa retained on las una
umu me psrenase money i paid.
TUE UNDERSIGNED H ATI Nil QUALI
TilleJ a Administrator of the Estate xif F.
Arbtiehner, deceased; hcTebynoflfle all persnna
I. I.ktl rv ..I I ls..& . f I t . .
anJ n&rtid haHnir.&im.i IrAZl ill tSJZtl
will pretest them farnariaent.
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S. A. JtASBtr.
sale Dealers in
ER PUBLIC SQUARE,
M. D JE.
TUEUl'fiINrs?SOKf?r)KlN0 cohton, we
k CO. ... - 1
friendJ, will still have our elesert attention, 'as
will ihip wseH for theai..as tber may desire;
J. A: MeALISTRR C0f
I AVaslaUiiAUlUVkZttlOsJlUil iiuoiaCA?. l) Cr
I 7s . X. . . I
VEUTrSK.ME.VT. it will U seen that we have
cotton ami .tobacco factorage and Heneral Coin
Btand. corner of Broad and College strcst.
riutonter of the houjt, and our own fricfidj
those who may entruit xxi with thair bnsinesi.
ALLEN A IULL MrALISTKR.
Of the old lirai of Braoe & Ails,
agents Tor the sale of the celebrated
COTXO.X GIN S,
known throughout the
WING ST AT JUS,
THOSE OF ASY OT1IEK MAKE.'.
lint produced, U aeknswledged by the m
on hand nr fnrnMied from the Manufactory, i
Toys and Cliristmas Gifts
AT HALF PRI-CIS,
f IKFAYISE MII.I.IXEUV GOODS, ETC..
AJ at half priee positively to close out until
the 2Sth or lleremlM'. Th tiek roiit or
Donnct, Hat, Sash, nnd Trim
1,800 of the Latest New
Styles of Hats, Bonnets,
and a Beautiful Stock
of Plumes of Every
,. ..,7. I .
limns AND' OJltf AMENDS
Paris Flower and Bridal Wsealbs. Newatyle
K t;tialn, Head Net, Etc. New SttVe Hair
Waterfall and Colle. Ill I line Cloth deals Mine
at SIO.U) : so mem Vivneh. .11 W...1 M..i... i.i
J1.60. Ladle. .Sett of Furs at cost. A Laree
took of Toy and Fancy f!o..iU, Perfiimery, etc, t
ot. Woollen IIo.e, Coratbrtaamt Children' Iloae.
N. B.-Aamy Lea I 111 require a change ot climate
East, I Intenil fatablishliig myneir In business at
New York, leaving a branch of ourhou at Nash
ville. exclnsWelv for llllllnerv Con.1. nI u rtl.
denee East will give ns superior advantage to aelisVt
s" aTOHj reunceu pncen, aa. the
noTeltles a tbr com out VmI
I trait our old friends will help us out at
this time, and get good value for their mener.
At 46 Union Street, ;
dec! Next door to tha Bank of Tennessee.,
P: Pickikd. On. 8. Borra o. r. Krar
FMKARD, ilOPER & KENT,
Commission Merchants, j
100 Commercial Street, ror. Wnlnnf...
A LL BUSINESS ENTKU8TEI) TO OBR UARK
i promptly attended to. j
First Nathmal Bank, Nashvtll.
idg, Tobey Co., Uankera. NastiTlRe. .
vi -u,M' ,Jl- Pftrtett.r St. (nnl lintel,
S A. "W MILLSl
M. (!. UOLIHBEKG,
PKALKK IN ALL KINDS OF
BfilC.VED, IIAVI.V6 UVSILf
pHial tfewoM-Saw MIH. ksowa
is mow aVt lo wmv to the asllt
HrronmliaectHtHlrr all .Isd
Tm of Naritvllte a
of Immber at Ki
o Milt th. time. Year of exe
porlanw at the bsi
JtlB bin In sirtur that
all work (ball be ta
t4 out in a wovkea-inme mi4-
ner. By strict al
tsoa aail hir UmIImc b boee
to nwrit a liberal !
re of patrosage. Calt ami
lor yaartWf befc.r.
JUDUF. JOH.X 3. BR IKK A JNO. CBURClj
" ATTORNEYS AT LAW, j
(' ii ir r v ii
T R E K T ,
CaH and examine them.
C AMP, '
Attorneys at Law;
i,omsvii,i.E, icy.1 i -;
mcf, Firth and JrUVntou. Harntoenv
OSee. Uxm.t A&AVMriMr:BuMNra$r t
Sharduiad CharjritssoHtMM PssfrOfiee.
SabxeriptieM irrartablyla araer
' t 1 -mj m 11 i
YELLOW PIH BOOKING
XI fSrV rip,. -
CSDAR POSTS AitUTialftiMtTOlSEk;
it n tMi. -
Cor1. Oravrfont and oril'ttammetS. "
; noTie.t-p.' .u
JOH T. roOXK.. J. M. SASH. 3-).,MPHr
lZimd lOTst GbfimSik St.,
LIQUORS1 -AND "WINES. '.
KOJ3,iBXiSOJC OBJ NTT,
W U.al, S, JSLJLjb S. ' '
Proprirtw or the ceferaW'bnad f Orate
Valler VMky. ,
1 .HjJ.k. . . !-( ; aat
AXB ' .
Agent: ttor -lhct.jnJiUsi Facloryk
NO. 46 'toOeCONDtSEeT,
- - DRIED FRTJTT, Etc.,
Halted; a& liberal "XHM4!hiil bs.m
Bq;VKi Jf D,,Sr!F.KRY ; CO.
Capital, One Million Dollars
MtWrISE EVSVRtlKOE GO.,
DIBECTOBS. , t
U. M. BISUOr.of B. M. BUhopASa.
TUEO. COOK, President Chamber oTtnaawtsM.
JOSEPn C. BUTtiEB, Pm't OT LSTeiSRk.
JIUQH MrBlBKEYj of U1,.M.B lSrT
h. B. HULL, of Addy, llaH k Co.
A. S. W1N9LOW, of Walow A SmCTn
HaiQ3 8WirT.of BrhrsSirtft Ai, '
CHARLES RULE, of a Biti A C.
C. M. BUqUANAN,of Butbaaan AU
ADOCPir WOOD, of Adolph Wood i.
JAMES S. WISK NuhriHe Packet JMBy.
UA. HABIIIS. Mayor oi CfaateflatK
T1I03, SHSRLOCK, PteaMeat.
WM. B. OASSILLY, Vice Pre.
This Company ta'now prspare.1 te trastaet a bjh
.ral Fire and Martsa lusgranc tBuaaa,thT)naliwrt
the Stata of Tennessee,
K. C. MCTAITtV, Agsot.
Tolkles baaed on tlrst-chU Brick Bwlttfegi Ibe
8v year, at A material Tednttlaa MrtyearHr rate.
eplt'Sm iU.AA.vK4 .. .
ffASHTOLE, CAIKO, ; AiM)
m .0RliEAiS '
Tri - Weekly Packef" Hine.
TUE AMOVE t,Tlir COHPRtSF THtJ VHL
lowkht splendrt- Passessjer raaketa, leirlMi
BaihvJUedaibig tn Muaa a bit w :
FANNT C .NHlJi T. ?i TwMt.i
ter.leSTM KmhtHreTOaSDTYSat KisitWi k!
NASH VILLE.WiLtv HiuipMttr, kares Niuh-
TYKONK, Ton. ihanov, TtaAer! I
if a i n, ai iz m wes sc. -
tHoa (Hi thV ahl offlbr f nataAA'ta I
bertand river, W WuHim- -te) reel matariv
liithroughonttha butineevseaKi; user aborvsebed-
ntar packet tiiTxMalWSt
leans: ImsIbc throuih Ttcket Ut rummt 'aad
gitog,throgb BHUf Lading r. r4M U Hm
above dtk. and all ajslUhie war kAuuUiM
reryftrwfit rate". EVy e&rt wftr 7&3FWm
Offlcer and Aginta of thUW te n BifarH MtaW
and deserving tha patftmj; M Witwew.aad ttw
Traveling l-ullte. .
COBBETT A BUT9, SfCdaj A Met,,
No. H Front arreet, BiprWirt NuJtsWo, Ttssi.
Nashville and; Sew OnltMns
K KU V I sAll lA O K KID
HI. le-Wheel Sleamerr()JlWt Brtlfmli,
0. 0. CATEd.
I A- rignr-trS9j, RUUliuaiMtd br CaWUfcje
oo.i, ami long aadftaAraMy knows biMNyi
and tbe trarelbtn fwamapUl UxiMbMfeaM
v w kji im nm rmif
,1 trftt, tm her bm
I'trlfeTrain New- Orhsa. eiit.e Uu lcW M
NalKfDlea'nd Ntw -Orleans, aad eoalMsM aa
ur paebsjtKtmls?. tha ardnHw Dm X.H.Keha.
is uasurpaafeil for Ohio, aeeWmawtitians tar aar
i steamboat on tha Western watan. W. wMW
PtttMBr nlt from oar Ueb aad Mm tfM
genafly a'rtbwat share of rifetr paHaai
COKUItTT df DO YD, Agents,
, , io. 2t Ttel street, tf-t. TWf.
IIAHUI90.V A. SO.V8,
r ' ' Ho. Frwif etrK.
i norM-U . , ,
R E-OP-i N E Dr; .
Tlu-Mni' fllc.U StfBi.
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DR. It. 8. SBAW. Mator,
dr. t.'j.sbaw, ctmrtr.
Mrill Couiinenee- 'Slnbtnr "RcjrHlar
. - TrM ta.UeW Qrleaa aed ajkVswJi-
tbts- trade, and baa been refaraiatied. r-MaJ,
and thoroughly oierbauled. aad preticed'ky
good iadio ta be pa sf Uiiooat eosssWakl
and suUrsnltat AeiaieM offl VFeeteni wator.
She U a large aUfrboai, wMaratwir aadJuxMt
somfjrfaraUhed cabin capable ofriiWjaUssc
QBafcaadredfirattt. and Sftyicroad e4aH
teagers. nr carnicity U eig&t haadred 14s, aW
her aieotaraodatiotrs for carry hn frtrl'r
.nasurpaiscAL titandiaz a A No. 1 wiik lb Mmri
or liaderwrtteriCtab TttJ!saer ammmiTtii.
tea. and ToAseao. wiVll beA
;r her hwSlr a"-PW ia
I gaat an
Irtrnyeling pabtU. .S .
.4Xh OA.VID AvIlITE will laava -i aBVMf u
N5w OrfeVn ti t tho m riH! tfcCaf Id.
Jtfir freight or uusaga apply oa board. art .
I sfJw. - No. It Htm4 Street:
.JjgtKfertf , HARRISON A SOS&AtW,
-Execnlo'r- Sale ef Tomtit
'-A'SEJCBOifTOS OPTHPIUBT WILL ANT
v..i..m n mi Creelc. hHUTJae "Uairar taster
0f mitlS'Klfebr. rw
ins toe aaa
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Ilgf.lWB tana, anra wi in,u
i r- .
doeU-tf HUGH McCREA & CO.
4eel2-2w F. ATIENMK, Adm'r.