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. I Kcn Adrcrtlacmenia. .
" Wcall attention to the following ad tw
lUcruent wkieh appear in lhi morning's
panar for the first time. The reader i
te them in anether column :
Mhc hail aoal oil oan le had cheap al IT.
Kasd&oV'fi, 10 I'Hblic Square. Also,
ggW andSHlver leaf.
in imitertant notice U addressed te hold-
F tt... nil .. 1 Tjl ' A 1I
uraoi union wibk-iioiwi "j jui,
Malcolm Clark advertises a-strar cow,
and oflera a nyrartl for her recovery.
The'Sce,,f Dr,H. Sheffield is isniored
to 18 Broati rt., between High and'Vine.
JohnQ'Neill, raal estate andclaiw agent,
36 Cedaretreet, will collect officers', sol
titers' and oittceBS claims against the cor
ernmcnl, and advance rnoner on the same.
Thceffiee of Eebert L. Oaruthers, Jr.,
attorney at law, Ii orer the Union Hank.
Oysters, fish and game are served up in
trie at all hour at Uie Customhouse Saloon
and Restaurant, 8G Church street, opposite
Maxwell HOUM. J. t. uugon, proiineior.
R. IT. Thompson, 23 Cherry atrcet, ad
vertises an enticing array of fancy and
tiefnl articles, embracing everything in the
gentloraen's furnishing line, suitable apd
verv appropriate for Christmas gifts.
An ejctensive SherifFa sale of furniture
at auction will be made to-morrow, (Satur
day,) br Dilia. Barnes & Co., at their auc
tion hoasojfifi North College street
The steamer Fanny Brandeis. Captain
John T. Cartwright, will leave for Cairo
and Memphis to-morrow at 12 o'clock.
A'irfore room U wanted by a good tenant.
Address postoiHce box 108.
In OMr upecial column, Robert Thomp
son, 34 South Market rtreot. advertise pure
&wteh awl Trinh whisky? and other fine
mtStWAl. Oen. I.neiin rl Polk has
gone to Arkanai on a visit.
Doi.l- Bwineiw at the several magis
lratw.efH"e wainnimially dull yesterday.
But a single oase of any interest was tried.
VrTiiEn Itev. Last r.ight the clouds,
whieh have eWured the sky. for several
daj pat, rolled away, and the moon and
stars shone down brightly upon the city.
The Hanlons disappointed a large au
dience in Memphis Tuesday night, by be
ing delayed thtough some detention on the
Strang E as it may seem, a mad dog was
kljled inthe streets ol Memphis a, few
days ag. TVcjialways thought hydropho
biaiwas oenfined to the heated season. It
We will sell our drew goods for tear
wwwytthan those that advertise to nell at
cost. No "ha mbug.
.., ,. I QiUVROK, Prieb &.Co.
GniMiNAL COURT. Tlie case of Phillip
Antonio and Charles Moore, accused of the.
murder, of .policeman Jaek Kennelly,vb'
still progressing slowly.
Hukpay School Fdstivau The Sun
day Sclioel of the First Presbyterian
Church, corner of Church and Summer
streets, will have a festival at the church
to-day at 2 e'elocfc,. The pnhlic are Invited,
PoSTWHfBKBKT TlIK IjATE l'HOP.
Cross.--The meeting in regard to the late
PreC Croa will beheld to day at 11 A. M.
ntnheenVe, f the Boaitl of Education,
Cherry street; above "Bread. His former
students, the Alumni of the University of
Nashville, and other friend, arc invited to
J)i:iiahjei. A man named (laflhay
was brought before one of our city magis
trates yeAterdayharged with havingcom
milted assault and Iwltery upon a negro
wflinan. An examination of the case
resulted In his being .dismissed from cus
tody. TlIK large "whipraents of oottflh through
eur,qity,'dnringthe last few days, hxs given
lt-a peculiarly lively and Imsinesw-likc ap
earanec. On "Wednesday nearly a thou
sand bales were shipped, anil yesterday
iwmething more than eight hundred bale.
The Fenian orator, hero, and patriot,
(.len. O'Neill, has a lengthy advertisement,
relative to real estate and United .Status
claims, in this morning's jiapsr, which ts
important to parties interested. No better
business man or more thorough gentleman
than our friend, the General, can be found.
MtKHiAi. SoiREn. The first monthly
musical soiree of the pupils of the Shelby
Female Institute, will be held this evening
at 7 o'clock, at the Institute, corner
of Broad and Vine streets. The patrons
of this flourishing school and the public
who juay, attend will be treated, to a fine
Dr. Trottrr, who represents himself as
a native of Virginia, Wring a diploma
from an Ohio College, is in the city propo
ting te deliver a course of lectures on the
subject of phrenology, philosophy, eta, for
the benefit of the destitute poor of the
South. The time and place will he duly
Great bargains in dress goods and
cloaks, at Cameron, Qrirr & Co.
Larse Real Estate Salbb. ;Meaaiu.
Gallender & Garrett, real estate agents,
sold on Tuesday last, two large residences
on Summer street, belonging to Gen. Jaa.
Hickman, for $12,500 each, and on yester
day, sixty-four and a half feet of ground
on Cherry street, immediately in the rear
ot the Commercial Hotel, also belonging to
Gen. Jan. Hickman, for $18,700.
If yeu want a beautiful black or fan-y
silk dress pattern, for a small sum of money,
go to Ca&terok, Qrier (C- Co.
R bo rating in M.vrkrt. A grocery
man was Tc4crday tried before the Re
corder's Caart, on the charge of having
purchased in market, te sell again. He
was fined fourteen dollars for the offence.
We aro gratified to notice that the viola
tions ' against this ordinance are becoming
lees and less.
Mr. R. J. KlRffi'ATRtcu has just rtceived
a splendid line f seasonable goods, includ
ing ladies' cloaks and dre goods. These
goods are especially worthy the attention of
the ladies. Mr. Kirkpatrick has also a fine
line of goods for gentlemen. The olever
gentlemen in this establishment will take
pleasure In showing and selling these
NbtICB Wholesale and retail bonk adver
tioement f V. Gamble & Co , 26 Cherry
TREttT bargains in dry gooda, at
Oavtron, Grif.r & Co.
.PeltftK Court. There were only a few
oases rHp before the Police Court yesterday
morning, and they of a very trivial char
acter. Several old bnmraew were arraigned
Tbr'havlng imbiled more of the earnumru
ttirnhm than ww good for theircouslitutinna.
, Thejr were fined different outna, ami hut
' one Individual was remanded to the work
house to liquidate the fine piled i him
with a liberal and umpiring hand.
Another large lot of carpets, nil-ctethi,
and nirtains, jn."t received by
Cameron', Or.irn A Co.
In Limbo Once More. The notorious
r.Htfttlth, o called, whoe release from
the workhmwe we mentionwl a few days
age, was arrested again on Wednesday,
while in a hiehlv exuberant and disorderly
condition. lie was brought up before the
Police Court vexterday morning and roundly
fined for his lack of discretion. Of course
the Doctor did not have the requisite
amount of stamps on hand to liquidate his
-fine and he wont down to the workbense to
resume his old position on the t-tene pi la.
Smith-is a character assuredly.
THBnew rtook of carpets, just received
yf'Gameron, Grier& Oju aretbe finest
feyhave ever lia.il in theTr"Jwie ,and at
Sent to Jaw Wm. Wolfe, arrested a
few days ago on the chargopf having stolen
three head of cattle from a farmer in Wil
Iiamson county, was brought before 'Squire
Wilkinson yesterday, and upon a final
hearing was sent to jail to await the action
ot the Criminal Court. The parties en
gaged with Wolfe in the perpetration of the
theft hare not yet been arrested, and it
is thought have cotrveye 1 themselves out.of
the country to escape apprehension.
The Fenian Meetino Last Niqht.
There was a rousing meeting at Fenian
Hall lat night. Speeches were made by
General O'Neill, Captain Hines, and Mr.
Br'ien. The mectine was for the nurpoee
of organiilng a new drole, and in that
reapect was a line success, borne sixty
memliers hare been enrolled with all pros'
pects of a still larger accession.
Fehianisni is not dead in Nashville, as
the meeting of last night amply testifies,
and we look, forward to -some glorious
demonstrations on the part or this organi
The Puice to Get Yocr Money
Back. The rich and the poor the high
and low are busy just now preparing for
"a happy Christmas." He who contributes
most, at the smallest expense, ts a common
want, is a public benefactor. Mr. Izadore
Ozanne, No 16 Summer Blreet, is a candi
date tor this distinction. His establishment
is peculiarly attractive. Believing that he
has five thousand friends in the ritv of
Tiashvule, he has made special preparation
lor the wants ol each, t or tbe eood house
wifefor the considerate father and for
the little ones of all ages, he has a choice
supplv of everything sweet and attractive.
But above all, he desirM.ua to make special
mention of the fact that he disposes of
them on the most reasonable terms to suit
the times. The thousands in search of cheap
toys,-fruiU, cakes, candies, etc, eta, should
not forget Ozanne, No. 10 Summer street.
vokt fail fo go to Cameron, Grier &
Co.'s, and see the new styles of carpeting
"Or.o Rei.iabi,e." Purchasers of goods
in their line, should not overlook the old
established and reliahledrug house of Demo'
rille i& Co., in the Union and American
block. Their goods are- of the best, and
may be relied upon as pure and Pennine.
while their prices arc as low as is possible
ior uieui to oc in the present times, iseaidea
their full and excellent stock of drugs,
chemicals, oils and dye-Htufis, they have on
hand and are constantly receiving a large
and beautiful assortment of fancy articles
anncrtainintr In their hranrh nf Inula.
-Persona looking around for articles appro
priate lor presents for the holidays, should
not fail to drop in at Denioville'a and look
over their splendid stock of toilet sets, per
fumery, etc. No mere beautiful or appro
priate presents can be found anvwhere than
the rich and elegant articles displayed in
If you want to buy dry goods eAwp, ro
to Cameron. Grier & Co.
Inter bating to Noteholders of tnr.
Union Bank of Tennessee. It will be
seen by the adrertisement of Joaeph W.
Allen, Receiver, that in accordance with an
act of the Legislature, the time has been
extended for the registration of the notes
of the Union Bank to the 1st of January,
1SC9.- This action on the part of the Le-
dature is in direct conflict with the rul-
mgof onrChancery Court, which, at its July
term, ordered the registration of all notes
against this Institution by the 1st of Janu
ary, 1867, preparatory to a final settlement
and a pro rata distribution of its assets.
The Receiver was exceedingly auxious that
this siteedv adiustment should be made.
and we donbt not it would hare been ltetter
for all parties interested: hut the Leeisla-
litre having undertaken to control the mat
ter, Mr. Allen has no other alternative but
to conform his action thereto, or make him
self individually liable for the results of a
e have not seen a copy of the act allu
ded to, but understand that it contemplates
the winding up of tho business of all the
banks now in liquidation, except the Bank
of Tennessee. The propriety of the excep
tion is not very apparent Whether inten
tional or not, the fixed policy of the Legis-
ture is to render the notes of that institu
tion of as little value to the people as
possible. When they all get into the
hands of the simulator, a different policy
win nicety uc adopted.
The colored young men of the city took
the base ball fever some time ago, and or
ganized a club from the choicest material
on band, calling it the Excelsior. Having
a high estimate of their skill in the national
game, the Excelsiors have challenged every
other club in the city, bnt unfortunately
without getting any response.
The soiree for the benefit of St. Stephen's
Church will be repeated this evening, with
additional attractions at Stull'a Halj, cor
ner of Woodlawn and Tulip streets, Edge
There are a number of vicious dogs in
Edgefield that spend a gpod portion of their
time in worrying the cattle and horses
which ran at large on the open commons
adjacent the river. These vile curs are a
nuisance to the community, and ought to
be dispatched for the benefit of the public
A white man and two negroes escaped
from the workhouse Wednesday, by boring
holes in the planking of one ofjthe small
rooms, so as to produce an aperture suffi
ciently large to admit their bodies. By this
means they reached the outer brick wall.
thirteen Inches in diameter, through which
they cut, gaining the open air. A negro
man named Carter, and a white .man
named Wilson were captured as they were
making their escape, but the. two negroes
and white man could not be overtaken.
A telegraphic dispatch which was re
ceived here Wednesday gare information
that the trial of the Louisville railroad
robbers was expected to commence in the
afternoon of that day. The trial will doubt
less be a very interesting one, and will
probably be quite lengthy.
We learn that J. M. Carter, the indivi
dual who suffered concussion of the brain
by the recent accident on the Louiiville
milroad. and was leu at Howling ureen,
has very much improved, and is expected
fully to recover.
One of our city magistrates was euchred
out of a small stun of money, a day or two
since, by a fertiro bar-keeper, who appro
priated money from the "Squire's till.
Aheworcot reinterring the Union sol
diers, buried in the vicinity of Nashville,
has fully commenced, under the supervision
of Chaplain Karnshaw. A large gang of
workmen are employed, and about two
hundred bodies are disinterred in a day.
The remains are conveyed by rail to the
national cemetery, six miles from the city,
on the Louisville Railroad, where they are
carefully re-interred. Considerable time
will be consumed in this work, as there are
a large number of national soldiers buried
about the city.
Nine car loads of hogs arrived in the city
yesterday, from the Louisville railroad.
Three car loads were destined for this point,
the remainder were shipped further South.
The activity in shipping mule still con-
I'nnnj wnit nnr ftfrAAla ftr wtrr itqv mi-
livened bv large droves of tbe lung eared
ammaU, destined tor dinerenl points. J
Hog killing has been partially discon
tinued on account of the present unfavora
ble weather. The work will be resumed
rigorously during the next cold snap.
Another large shipment of genuine sajier
krant arrived m this city yesterday, boatid
for the lovers of this philosophical fbodjlo
cated further South. The consumption
this article In the United States is constant
ly increasing, and is no longer confined!
the Teutonic race. Like lager beer, that
sterling drink which has won its way to a'
high position among drinkables in our
eountry, sauer kraut bids fair to become
equally universal in its appreciation and
use. The genial and kindly action of this
comestible upon the digestive organs is
acknowledged on all hands.
An omnibus driver was "arrested on
Wednesday for careless driving, at the in
stigation of a farmer, who was under the
impression that the omnibus was a street
car off the track. It Is needless to say tliat
the innocent ieha of the "buss" was prompt
Yesterday was another disagreeable day.
Dark, cloudy, muddy "and foggy, neither
winter, spring, summer and autumn the
day was one of the sort calculated to pro
duce the "blues" generally.
People are Improving the present mode
rate days to repair their roofs and place
them In condition to meet the rainy sea
son, which has ahgpt em minted winter
we cannot eall it.
Soiree Aim Suiter, Thirevening will
be given a soiree and supper at bum s
new hall, corner of Woodland and Tulip
streets, for the benefit of St. Stephen's
Churcht Edgefield, AH who want to spend
a delightful evening, hear line music, en
joy an elegant supper, and above all enjoy
the society of the charmbijj ladies, eliould
not fail to attend. Admission only fifty
cents.; Omnibuses will be at the bridge
at it and 8 o'clock, returning at n o clock.
On the 17th insL, at the Columbia Fe
male Institute. Virginia, daughter of Mrs,
Caroline and Hon. Jxo. T. Jones, of
Phillips county, Ark.
As the beautifi
beautiful birds, sent to chant their
forest hymns, or trill their silvery notes
qmitl f h(t fytrilan a Mtola,mn olirttMiavv
come with the spring 'and sunshine and
verdure, and take their flight when wintry
blasts blight the flowers ana freeze the tears
of the dying year on the face of mother
earth, so our little friend Jennie came to
us in the spring-time, to cheer us and to
learn us to lore ner, and with the winter
was wafted on angel wings to a clime
where there is uo blat or chill.
Her character was a garland, woven of
the most lovely virtues, rare as beautiful.
and beautiful as therarest flower that blooms
on her native prairies: ajuiable, truthful.
unseiusn, and evercneenni ana ungnt as
the first smile of the morn, she was uni
versally beloved by her school compan
ions, and was the idol of a large circle of
"Whom the gods love, die voung." Not
withstanding every kind attention 'which
affection could bestow, every effort skill
could apply, were used to save her from the
cold embrace of death, sweet Jennie is
gone: for God loved the little one. But if
our souls are left dark with grief by her
t f it tT t .
uepariure, we snouiu rememoer sna is now
singing paans of joy and glory in those
mansions on high. U that kindly heart is
stilled, if that pure soul is disenthralled,
it is another bright, shining gem, set in the
crown Of the King of Kings. May these
reflections console her alllicted family, and
soothe their bitter grief, is the anient
prayer of A Friend.
E A. HUNTING-TON,
No. 14 Pnblic Square,
FFKBS AT -RKDITCED PRICKS AN EL.E-
glint stark of
MEN'S ANI BOYS'
TliU Its, '
VALISES; ; ,
A lure e assortment of
Pine Beaver Over-coats;-
At very low prises.
H. A. HUNTINGTON,
diclt-ly-ep 14 Public Npunre.
St. I.ou1h, AitH&ouri,
Hatch, Weaver, Felt & Co.,
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS
BOOTS AM) shoes.
F. H. FRENCH,
NO. 21 PUBLIC SQUARE,
PENS THIS DAY AN ENTIRE NEW
CiiHlom-Mndc Boots ami Shoes
which he nil! sell at Panic Prices. Those in want
of eood, durable, stylith work will Ond them at
ercatly reduced prices.
Old 8tark NelMnsr T.e Tlian Cost.
Wit. STOCKWELt, OF New YORK
. I admitted a Mariner in our business from
this date. The itylo flrm will remain as here
tofore. IIASIlXTOar A" Cr.VNINOITASI.
Kasutille. Dec. 1. 1SA3.
Hamilton & Cunningham
So. Ol College Street,
N.er thepublUauarJ( 4
i . "!'.'
Onaa and Cutlery,
Axes, t'bulns. Doe, Etc,
Gum and Leather Belting,.
aiecluxnlco' Tools, b11 kind. :
Leather mid Shoe riurtlng,
COiHMEIlCIAli LySUKAPE 10.
om- In Ihr Uulldliig of the Uuuk
or Mir t'nliin.
;ri'Ai- lAU IN
Mil OOMPANY, ESTABLISHED IN 1351
. toiurw. llull.llui.. Ym1, io pwrt. Merrh.u,
dlM, IUumImU Puroltura, uJ other prowsiljr, on
lb Nt Nfefttt ttrmi. llru, M.rta., nnJ lid.aJ
rukt tuVrti at Ut ratM. '
OjrLo&MltWtAll) ljs.tl anj promptly jtikl by
t I K I3CVOES:
K. O. McNusr,
C. E. UlIXUAX,
W. U. Kiasi,
a. K. lUcri,
J. a. P. KnutMi.i.
U. C. McNAlRYTPSfl nt.
R. I. IIICKH. 8TMary. aft-Coup
Wholesale aiid Retail Book Trade.
lOr.ljhvlr.U ifCirr.viAi.iji run nuuinaji
t!ri Souvenirs, and for sale at our usual IqjrratTs.
KKW 1KD Cf.CQANT
lltUoi. Prayeranl HymniBjKi!
Ladieo' WBllhf Deiks ana Port Folios;
Disric for in fine Morocco Binding;
Geld Pens, Pencils and Cigar Cases r
Portmonnairs, Pocket and BUI Books;
Card Caw, Baskets and Vasea; .
Chessmen and Boards, Dominoes and Checker
''"villnpen on Saturday. Dec Jit a large invoke
of Illustrated Standard Poets. Miscellaneous
and IVipular Juvenile Books, Messrs. Crosby Jc
WM. GAMBLE & CO.. .
dcilMw 2tl Cherry street.
Dissolution of Partnership;
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex
isting between John Douglas and David Dun
can u this day disaolred by mutual enasent, Mr.
Deuglas ratlrinc from thtconcarnTha bastnen
will he carried on by David Ituocan: and all
Indebted totae olj.flnnwlltrlaseretUa with
either party, and Ul having claims against same
wTII'presentthtta to Mr. Uuneaa for tettltmant
within the next thirty days. dcclsnw
already been' Wpller with pure Smleh arS
Iriih Whtskr, and other fin Liquors for Holiday
uie, are hereby notified to appear wltbtheir
JTo. St South Market utreet.
Importnnt.--On ancfaftef tbe ift day or Jan
nary. 1337. liceuae of every description, mutbe
reneired the day they expire; and ajl persont
comracticioj bullnc??, must obtain llcen'ic (n ad
Tance. Owners' of Vehicles, licensed HtySlair, are in
cluded in tbia notice. i rrell aj all others encased
in bufinesa of any kind, which requires licence
to be fint had and obtained.
A rijid tnfrrcement of the lawa in iurh cases
has become necessary, and all delinquents in
future, will be held to tbestrictest.aerountsbili-
ty, for their neglect in thi particular. 77m ta
thelait notict. Rrtirf. C. Forri!R. 3d.
dec20 tlstJan. Reoonler.
For Hole- nt n Knrsalii A complete set
of Mahogany Marble-top (vary fine and almost
new) Chamber Turniture. Apply to
VT. YT. Tottex,
dec!3-2t 21 and 25 North College St.
. , ., , .... a
Cbriatmnx. Isidore Otanne, IS Summer
street. I rea'to' furnlih all styles of Christ
mas confections, sugar lays, candiee, cakes,
etc.. at as low tiures as any Trhoe?ale bouse in
the city. As all bis' cn&ts areof home manufac
ture, be has a peculiar claim on thepaironage of
our people. decl?-lw
Wby Belay purebaMng your Coal until you
are rntuely out and the weather hitlng cold,
when Knight Bros.. No. 49 Church street, are
selling their choice Round Coal at ONLY $0 00
PER LOAD, delivered in any rprt of the city,
tup Bent Blnrbnniilh Coal in tbe oily
lor sale by Knight Bros, at Twenty Cents Per
bushel. Also packed in hogshead reatlr for
shipment in a moment' notice. deeS
Henwoncd "ocular Camber.
Crawford and North Summer streets
Yellow Pine Floorlncr, atlow price.or
ner of Crawford and North Bummer sis. (tf
n..ti..i v . , .....
Crawford an J North Biimmcr streets, r -fjfj
Cediu PoNt and Fenelugr I.nmbfr,
cornerof Crawford and North Summer streets.
IVIillo Pine Flooring manufactured by
Knijbt'Bri4f.:oa Rolling Mill Itillfor sale at
reduced prices. Office. No. 49 Church street.
Just Receive!. , lanreitvortment nfl.i.llM
Dress Furyand Uabjatj Ltsm & Bbo.'s.
novl-2in - 4l' North Colleia street.
A Hiiro Pile TCure. Da. OitBrat's PjlU
Ixbtrduk.vt positively cures the worst cases of
piles. Sent by mail on receipt of $1. Circular
free. Sold by DroggUts.- Agents wanted every
where. Address J. B. Romaixc, Manager. No.
575 Broadway. New .York. . lnovl7r-3m
Goods. Work Boxes, False Faces. And Willmr
Ware, in tfU'KKJfcMi- -A i , tt i ti
dec2-fflt , Vi Unicniticet.
WIuon 1 1 From the Loxo worth .VinevarJ
anclWfno Ho'nse, pincinnatL
W. P. 4 F. P. A!(Bia30y, Proprietors.
Uolden WeddlnuvSparkllnt- C'nlftHbu,
Brjr Catawba. Isabella, etc. These Wines
are furnished at much lower rates than Imported
goods, and for purity and boquet are excelled yh
none either native or, foreign. . Ml
Aaoasa Chkatuau Jc Co.
Kline & Sherman'.
K. B. Chbxtham t Co.
nov2 8m . . , , ; , '
For Attorury Mrncrnl-F.lveiilh Ju.
dlclal Blatrlrt.-We arc anthoHsed to nh
nounce A. C. Hiogcr, Esq., as a candidate for
Attorney (Icneral, for the Eleventh Judicial
District, composed of the counties of Giles, Mar
shall. Maury, Lawrence, Lewis and Hickman.
Boots ami NboeH i'brap at 20 Publlr
Nqnoro. In consequence of a contemplated
change's tpy business, I offer the hejt selection
of Boots and Shoes at greatly reduced prices.
The buyer be.he a -consumer .or, a, merchant
will surely pr6Gt by examining my stock of
goods before supplying himself, as I am quite in
earnest to. give bargains. Mjix. L. Outtuan.v, "
No. 20 Public 3quaro.
rholee Groceries at Totlen's. Arrived
at last, the following carefully selected -and
richly prepared goods, which ho is selling very
ow for rash, at wholesalo and retail: Freh can
ned frnlts, green pen., corn, txz plumbs, green
gages, shaker preserves, guava jelly, calves feet
jelly. Cox's gelatine, aerated crackers, dried
plumbs, blackberries and currants, oat meal sago,
tapioca, satinglosj starch, Java, Laguayra, Mo
cha, Maricabo and Rio coffees. Also, imporied
and domestic wines and brandies, at W. W
Totten's 21 and 23 Collere street, Nashville.
To ConsniiipllveH. The Advertiser, bav-
ingbeen restorcil tohealth in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered several
years with a severe lung affection, and, that
dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, be will send a copy of tbe
prescription used, (free of charge), with the di
rections for preparing and rising the same, which
they will find a sdci: Cork for Coxscuptio.v,
Asthma, Bronchitis, ie. Tbe only object of
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to
benefit the-afflicted, and spread Information
which be conceives to be invaluable; and hopes
every sufferer will try this remedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and'may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will pleasa
addre?s Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg. Kings county. New York.
' ." 1 . , 1 - - " 1 1 a
WATERFIEM) & WAEKER,
26 Public Square.
, Of eriry Da!Ca, UJar and Quality, fjr
MfelV. UtYe, ASO t.HIl.UHK-.'
F U E.S .
W hava an.antlxoly naw and complate afi)ckX
LADIE AND 'MIQSBSf .PUKS.
WATKUPlKl.t) .ti WAl.Kklt.
S K. M.otT. E. K. Daivta.
A. K. Dhohn
MACEY, DKIVEU & BRMVX,
UM AND LKATHER
No. U2 West Shle Public Square.
Guns IGuns !
attention or those in
Kitir KirI (luitk,
S nu 1 l-b o i Bq'ti I sty I ii u u
Ii taTltejjb our stock, which we'mru now reoeifiag
rrum tLjltuanufactarrn lu England, (jur owa loi
portatlef ,) routlitlsg of Onua iuaJ Ly Iba fulluortug
roakefil - -. ' H fk ft
11 . n. UOftM&O,
S. HOLLI8 SON,
ai athtr gond Bkakara. Uat fag a largv atock-of th
aU la J Wre, wa will onVr aatra tthlucturnt U
I haw dtairias to purcbaM,
MACEY, DRIVER & BROWS,
No. Xi West 8i4Iabli&aar.
1JOH HALF. OR BEXT, THE ELEGANT
1 r&sldoncaaf the lata Dr. John M. Watson
a- large frame houses nut-bultdlnn, etc. with
U 18-100 acres, divided ta auit Durchasers. Will
be sold at a bargain for tbe next ten days. If
not sold br the 25th Instant, will be rented to s
good tenant for ISoT. This most valuable pro
party is jast outside the corporation, fronting
ttSK TtH on Lem orstret.
J. L. 4 R. Tf . BROWN. AgenU.
declt-lw ' ' S3K Union street.
nHE. HOITSE NEXT DOOR. TO
J. IMKTKIUSANtt 25 .Untea street. Apply-c
thiprtUex. - - ;(dteli-2w
msiGKtov ihk Us;or asb DisriTOit.l
Gojdgnened, in Ni
130,tra3l36 at 11:3
ew York jesteiday at
30 and closed at 4 r. m
The rate here
was 135 buving aM
1 . " - . "
Goverument securities were a,sliadt) Ipw
er and were' quoted in New York yester
xlay as follows :
5-20, registered .......
0-2U3. coupons .
5-20P, 2d series, registered'
5-av, 2d series, coupons .. HKVtSlOGj
o-ms.Ja aeries coupons lueVilOty
4-2ftj. new issue lftttZiainsk
10-401. . 995i&100
Sterling excliange was quoted in. New
York yestertlay at 109cH0.
Excliange on New York ts.very doll
here and ourbanks will not take it at less
Uhcurrent money-is very dull at present,
and we hear of but few sales and no mate
rial chatigcuinrates ' ,j f
Bank of Tenne?ee is bought at 47c and
held at 53c
Planter Bank' is firm at 82clmy!nganii
83 selling. " v
There is but 'little demand for Unibri
Bank notes, though they may ' be quoted
firra-at 80c buying and 82e selling.
e hear of no improvement laSouthem
bank note?, and rates seem to be getting
Nashville corporation cheeks are dull at
12c discount. .
The statement of the New York city
bankRforthe eek ending Saturday last
Dec 15, compare a? follows with the previ
ous week," artd :with the corresponding week
last year; to which we add the (specie and
enrrenoy, balances in, Jlhe Nw York,o(fice
of the UnitedStates Treasury at thec dates,
Dec. 15, '08 Dee.S.Ti!G.
Uold Notes.-. 16,931,435
Tender. . -13,837,5515
In Sub-Tres'y 79.059.532
The changes from
the previous week's
statement are as follow
Decreoio in Loans ......
. ma (wo
llecreaset in Specie....- ...U.... ' Syo.850
ecrease in other Legal Tenders 3.017,452
Decrease in Dciositi... - 2,781,449
Increase in circulation 3,002
The Washington correspondent Of the
Cincinnati Cbiinrrcials.iys in his. dispalch
of, the 13th instant: "Sidney Clarke, of
Kansas, contemplates introducing a bill in
the-House, providing for the increase of
the national hanking capital to five hun
dred millions,, in order that the West and
South may be fully supplied. The Banking
Commissioners are, however, opposed to
any thing of the kind, and are committed
against it in the bill which they have pre
pared." The same correspondent says:
"The "Ways and Means Committee are
again doubtful on the currency question.
The Committee seem about equally di
vided on the policy of contraction. If Mr.
Hooper votes for contraction, the commit
tee will be bound to report in favor of it to
the House. His vote will decide it one
way or the other." A very strong effort
will he made to induce Congress to postpone
contraction. The Clueagq papers fay that
a committee representing the merchants
and manufacturers of that, chyi will soon
visit Washington to urge upon Congress
theJadoptfon' of this policy1. -It 'is Very
certain that there is too much currency
afloat, and we cannot hop'e for stability ir.
commercial affairs until a very considera
ble contraction takes place. Thus far, the
Secretary of the Treasury hat had small
power from Congress to contract the cur
rency. The laws passed at the late session
tied his hands; but, under such power as he
did posseso, he has retired the revenueifund
of 550,000,000, issued to redeem temporary
loaas, and $10,000,000 which Congress per
mitted him to withdraw within six months
after the 12lh of April. A few millions,
under the clause providing for monthly
contraction, have ajso been withdrawn. ; yet
there are now about $380,000,000 legal ten
ders in circulation. Gold opened in New
York yesterday at 135J, and a little arith
metic will show how much specie these
$380,000,000 represent. Our dollars are
not dollars, and pretend to a value they do
not possess. With this inflated currency
there can be no stability of prices, and the
ordinaryforesight of commerce isever liable
to be bafled by a rumor in the street, or a
faheiegram'Jrom Washington. Of conrse
therefcanlba no'stability inbnsiness based
upon a'shiftingana uncertain currency lice
that we.now have, but it seems that mer
chants and. manufacturers of thegreat busi
ness centre of the Northwest are opposed
to a disturbance of the currency, and there
is, a strong .feeling in that direction in
Congress. Secretary McCulloch, who onglit
to have made himself familiar with the
bearing of our present currency inflation
upon the business of the country, urges the
necessity, in'his report to Congress, of sdeh
contraction as will jnstify a resumption of
specie payments. The question will proba
bly be brought before Congress immediaje
ly after the holidays, when :w ft slialL have
pome clear indication as to the policy that
will govern Congress.
The receipts of cotton at the Southern
ports up to the latest dates received amount
to 673,771 bales, and the receipts at New
York direct, according to one authority, to
19,905, making a total of 593.G7G baled.
The stocks held in interior towns ' amount
to aliout 100,000 bale.' 5We 'have, there
fore, in .sight about 70O,0O0.baleH as the rej
suit of tbe present year's cropw Now if we
could arrive at the amount still in the
hands of planters, we could tell the exact
amount of the crop. The receipts at all
the ports, as compared with 1865, glve the
following result :
DtcESK New Orleans-..
Florida .......... .
The exports (breign, compared with last year,
UtrnK-isR-To Great DriUn . 151(224
To Franco iSU-l&6,BtK
I.xczuse Other foreign ports.. ... 3,170
To domestic ports the,exporU are 1IS,K0 bales
le-s than in 18tV and the stock on hand a ell tbe
ports show an increase, compared with IS, of
32427 bales. . .j
Hogs were quoted in Chicago on.the lSta
inst., at 5J5 5'c gross, and in Cincinnati a
CfSVOJc. There has been a heavy decline at
the former place, while at the latter, prices
have ?hown rather an upward tendency.
The Cincinnali Price Current of the 19th
"The receipts of hogs bare been quite large
during tbe week, and although there has not
been any increase in the demand for tbe prodact,
the demand has been active, the packvrsJiaviDg
commenced operations, and this has led to some
of tbe usual competition, and has caused .price
to advaaci. As we intimated last October, the
current rates, and. Indeed, any. rates which can"
be regarded safe hy packers, have proven ruin
ous in the estimation of feeders, and they have
been holdlngJiack their bogs, hoping for a reac
tion from Week to week, but lift westher baring
broken up, renders feeding lathe -fields out of
tbe question, they have either to send their bogs
to be ?acr!2ced. as they deem, by selling lhn at
tbe current rates, or park them at the nearest
packiag place on their owtfttcwmnt. It has now
become evident that tbayare doing the latter
very generally, which will swell the business at
the smaller places at tbe expense ot tbe larger
ones, and not only this, but render tbe future of
tho market very unsafe excepting est- law .prices.
The backwardness of the season, theugh it If not
more so than it was last season, is creating an
impression that perhaps the supply of hogs will
not be as large after all. as has been, erpeetcd.
and that now li the time to, secure the pork,
tlnr11v tnMfcmr. however, the sentlmeut.il
' the reverse of this, and dealers are settled down
' into tbe belief that, unlets pork can be furnished
at a price to Indue a foreign demand disaster is
laerUabletoaUwhbboldit." ' S
The cotton market opened yesterday
at 28ana)adTancedy 29&1it?wricWt. J
ter figure the majority of sales were made. ;
A few bales were disposed of at 30c ,
The following comprise the transactions !
of the day,
shipments fell, short nearly two
hundred bales yesterday as compared with
the. day previous. , .
The wholesale grocery market yesterday
was very good. We heard pf sopie few
Southern Cotton atarbets.
Chaxleston-. Dec. 13.
, f. v. The cotton
Sales 340 bales.
iet advanced S cent
Savaxxah. Dec. IS. r. Jr. The cotton market
continues rjutet. Holders are firm and are ask
ing hither prices. Sales Jight Liverpool raid
dlings.31432. Mobile. Dec. IS. Sales to-day MOO bales
good demand. Stock on sale light. Closed firm.
Acqusta, da., Dec. IS. There has been an ac
tive demand for cotton to day. Sales of the day
foot np 911 bales at 31M for middlings.
Macox, da- Dec IS. To-day tnere has been
an advance of J4c. in the price of Cotton, and
there has been quite an active demand for tbe
staple, the price of middlings being 2djc. All
that was ofiered during the day, of that grade,
was promptly taken.
MARKETS CY TELEWIiAPH.
Cixcixxati, Dec. 20. flour unchanged.su
per6nei 2510 25; trade brands 810 751-150,
and fancy S1300l 1 00. Wheat steady but quiet,
at $2 40 for No. 1 spring, and 2 85 for No. 1
winter. Corn steadv and quiet at .5c for ear. and
00c for shelled. Oats firm at 56c for No. 1.
Whisky dull at 2flc in bond. Cotton firmer, mid
dllng3232,' ic. not much doing. Hogs are dull
and prices Irregular, closing at $7 007 25 Re
ceipts 11.000. Mess pork dull at7?fSc to 9)i
tye.andl0llcfor shoulders, sides and clear
sides, 'the outside rate for green moats was dull
clear sides. Lard dull atllKc. Butter steady
at 2g'30o fof choice Ohio roll. Gbeese dull at
14J415c, Groceries unchanged and quit; sugar
ll14e;eofree252Sc. Oold 134c buying.
BrrrAi.o. Dec. 20. Flour $13 50 for western
$15 far XX Western. Wheat is held at $2 25
2 30 for No. 2 spring. Corn 41. Oats
Barley, $1 00C J 05. , ,
' ' Tolftlo Jtorket. "
Toleoo. Dec. 10 Wheat lower and quiet; am
ber $2 35. Corn; old 84c; new 67c. Dresed hogs
8?7e - - m . ! t -if -
Xew York Ntoek mill Money Market
Nkw Yobk. Dec. 29. There isnochanre in the
money market, and call loins are Ce on stock
collaterals and 5 on governments. Discounts are
dull at6i7 percent, for prime paper. The gold
marvel eioseu upst j.HJiBJKii. alter selling at
arKet closed uu
The decline in the Itank of Eng
land rates of interest, and consequent rise of
American securities In London, and the increas
ing supply of cotton blls, are the great causes of
the present depression. The impression pre
vailed at one time that the government was sel
ling, but such was not the case. Foreign ex
change is dull and heavy. Sterlingis quoted it
imt for 60 day bills and 110 for short sight.
The following are the doling price for govern
ment securities: Registered, 'Hi. 107-S(31(; eou
ponslll'iem; 5-203 registered. -62 105lim4;
5-2s coupons, '02,107104; 5-20s coupons. '64.
105-K1057S; O'flOs coupons. '65.. 105&10G!
10-40.S registered 90'4J 10-40 eoopons
The stock market was heavy and lower at the
last opening of the board. .but steady afterward!
at reduced quotations. Thefullowing'were the
closing prices: New York Central 1P07110;
Erie imns Michigan Central 109SillOi: M.
S.8CSa8 N. W. 50J4351; do pfd.7SJi W. V.
Tel. 3t?44o. The mining shares were mode
rately active and steady at the.afternoon board.
Sr, Lous, December 20. Tobacco dull and
unchanged. Cotton firm at S)g32e. Flour firm,
X $3 25(39 25. Wheat quiet and nothing doing,
prime fall $2 65, Corn unsettled at S5i90o for
new, and 94397 for old. Oats dull at 70375c.
Mess pork $20 5021. Bacon 13' for shoulders.
Lard unchanged. Whisky firm at $2 25. llog
lower at $5 90fi 25. Receipts 5,40Uead.
New York rrovlnlon Slnrket.
Nkw Yore. Dec. 20. Cotten S.va30. Flour
dull andltv- lower; State and Western S3 S03
1355; It 110 $12 25(313 23. Wheat less active
and 23c lower: Milwaukee $195; common
$1 25. Corn 2Sc lower. .Oats dull and lc'lower.
Pork decidedly lower at $19 37 for old, closing at
$20cash:new$1717f'0. Whisky dull. Petro
leum dull. Coffeo firm.
Milwaukee, Dec. .20. Flour dull. Wheat
firm at $1 84. Dressed hogs $6 257 2"-.
Baltimore, Dec 20. Flour firm. Qraln ac
tive. Pork dull at 25. Whiskydull at3435.'.
Hogs $srfl9 dressed.
Locisville, Dec: 20. Sales 56 hhds tobacco
prices steady. Superfine flour $9 50, Wheat
$265. New corn in ear 64c. shelled 70c. Oats
65c. Sales of 141 bales of cotton at 3Hic. Hogs
dull at OK c dross receipts 3,560. Total receipts
103,000. Mess pork 2025c. Lard 12c. Raw
whisky in bond 272Sc. Sugar llii12j.
Later 147 bales of Georgia and Alabama rot
ton sold at anetlon to-day for 295S1U. Ke
ceipts for four days 2.000. Sales about 1,360. The
tobacco auction to-day ranged from $2 to $13.'J.
New Orleans Market.
Nkw Orleans, Dec. 20. Cotton market steady.
Sales of 5.500 bales low middling at 31ft32c;
middling S3e. Receipts 4,116. Exports 3.550.
Sugar firm at 91 Molasses in fair demand.
Prime to choice 62S71Jic. Superfine flour Sll 60:
extra. $11 7515 00. Corn lower at $1 001 05.
fair 10S12. Gold 135., Bank sterling 47c. N.
Y. Kxchange V ccntdUcount.
Livermol. Dec. 201 P. v. Cotton oiiened
quiet to-day at last night's closing. Prices llsd.
XjOXDOX, u oc. ia. noon Vionauis peneii
for money; 5-20s71J$ Erie 49: Illinois Cen
rilTOJi. The Bank of Kngland has reduce tbe
rates ol interest to3d.
TIM PLATE, STOVES, ETC,
225 BOXKS TIN PLATE r
25 buudles Wre, assorted ; '
150 sheets assorted Corper; '
100 bundles 22. 24 and 2 Sheet-Iron:
200 assorted Cooking 'Stoves, of best make
and pattern: .k
25 Wrought Iron Cook Staves, of our own
25 Cooking Stoves for coal ;
50 assorted sizes Wood Stovejj
20 open front Stoyei( for cpal;
50 Cannon Stoves for Coal; , ' ' t
500 assorted sizes Skillets: ' ,
250 assorted sizes Ovens; , ,
250 assorted sizet.BUcuit Bakes;,
300 English Pots, 2 to 16 gallons:
50 Kettles, 2 to 40 gallons , .
100 pairs common'Dog Irons. f f
We are agents for. and put up jn best style
Forttaeea for rhnrliei, JMorea, '.tr.
25 Marbleized Manlels, completer
100 Common and Fine Orates, complete;
25 Common Jam Grates, Complete.
Being agents for the manufacturers of Orates,
we can supply, them at low.ratea., ,
ns IlarreN very bent CoaIOll?
A large and fine assortment
f IAMP.1, 10HIMXI3YS, SSTV:,.
Tin Reefing and Tin and Sheet foyuWark
done in ben manner. nj8f
J. W. WIIAOX !' CO.,
JeU-2w io. 17 Colletre Street,
'-Jt .! i ' IX VI -tjnfti
Tliursduy, sTan.lO, 1867.
Noble D, Ellia vs. Siijnnah Jloore and
TN PtmaUANCE OP DECREE OF THE
eante, I wi
X Chancery Court at Nashville in above named
ill sell ,a the premiitt, on
TliHradaj". Jannary 10. 1SC7,
Comaencintf at 11 o'clock a. v., f feet of
ground on MARKET STREET, and" running,
bark lOSfeet, and 133 feet front on CODliEGK
STRBKT. mnnicg back 10. feet, being immedi
ately in tbe rear of the above, giving to pur
chasers tbe advantage of buying tbruiuutrota
College to Market street..
The above grounds' wilt ha divided into lots to
sait purchasers, and are located just south of
Rroad street, in FREE TERRITORY." Upon,
this property Is a large three story
Complete la' all Irs arrangements: a two story
susceptible or dirlsioa; be
-. ... TKT. wam. 1.. - V. I -
tides Shops, Stables,
property will be sold without tbe equity of re
One-fourth cash, balance on eredlta of one.
twaand three yenrs, with iotcresM Notes vlib
approved security reqnfred. and a liro retaloeil.
MOKTOJ It. UOWKLL.
. ..I - r tCUrlfandMaster.
ANDERSON. JOUN'SOK 43MllU, Ag'M.
decai-td t-.-t. j A - . -. t
.? w t'MYER NEWS.
The river yeAerflay was ailing with eighteen
foct on the shoals. Business was extremely dull
on the.Und'miall day ileng, and very little-was
The fl(wing eompriie our prt HVt: rr
NashTUle, Cairo aad Meaphb r .
, ' jSliiwa the nver. . ' j ' .r
The Havana and Nasbvillo weal out with tol
erable trips, the latter taking quite a number ef
...- 4 . . j
The Aid went dewn the river with a number of
Very htlle cotton ts shipped new by"' the river.
CiscisXATt. Dec. 201 r. it. The river has
rken 14 inches 23 feet 2 inches in the chan
nel. Weather cloudy.- Thermometer 39.
PitTSBoaa. Dec 19 Noon River five feet
and falling. Weather clear and cold.
St. Loots, Bee. 20. the Steamer Grey Eagle
sunk just belpw the oily last evening.
For Cairo and Memphis.
rpiIE- SPLENDID PASSENGER
a Packet r'ANlk ilRANDKIS.
Johx T. Catwrioht. Master. Jas.
if. MiLica.' Clerk, will leave at above on
SATURDAY, tbe 22d inst, at 12 Jt connecting
. with the regular packets for St. Louts, Memphis.
' Vicksbargand'New Orleans. Through tickets
to all the above and intermediate points.
i'or Freight or Passage, apply on board or to
HARRISON & SONS.
dee2l-2t CORBETT Jt BOYD. Agents.
WING.TUUEV AtU. Banker j and Dealer
in Gold. Silrar, GoTernmeut Stocks an t Compound
!. Nassvilix, Nov. 9), 1816.
0. S. Bonda. 1SS1...1U
Laip a ini. noiea
Coupon 6 20e,e2...10r3
" . S-vSai '6410t
" 5-20a '85 ..i05
New Issue 5-20H Vn
Coupon 10-40 99
Aug. 7-303 with inMOtk
June7-30s " " 104
July7-30s V " 104
Small Bonda pr. ct. teu
Tennessee Bonds, new,G9c
Also, highest price paid
" Auj., '64.114
" Oct., '61.113
" Dec., '64.112
" May, '65.1 10'
" sp.,-a iojK
for all kinds ofSoathern
Bank Notea. ijed price lilt, furniahed when deaired.
Deposits received, and Exchange farnlsbed on
New York, Cincinnati, Louisville, Vemphla, Kng
land, Ireland, France, and all parta of Germany
Cobfokatiox Cbecks cashed at beat rates.
OFFICE, corner Union and Cherry street, oppn
eite Bank of Tennessee.
Office hours. S a. H. to 5 r. m.
Taos. S. Una, rres't. L. O. Tasboi, Cuh'r.
'ATI0N.Ui SAYDiGy COMPACT,
Corner Union and College Streets. 1
The following are the rates paid far -uneurrent
money. These quotations are liable to fluctuate, bnt
may 1m depended on a aufficlent length of time fttr
remittances to be received by mail or express, If for.
warded without delay.
Bank of Tenneuee ,.,.47
Bank or Tennessee,
dated 1SS1... JB
Planters' Bank .82
Union Bank .....S0
Unten BankCartf. .SO
" Commerce. .-par
" Memphis ....par
Georgia Railroad and
Banking Company. ..9ft
Bank or Middle Ga 7
Bank or Anguita.. ...... .40
Bank or Athena-. ..4S
' Columbn IS
" Commerce US
" Fulton. J8
City Bank or AugustaJO
Farmers and Mechaa.
lea' Bank... OS
Merchants' and Plant
era' Bank- . 10
Plantera Bank. IB
Union Bank........ (Vj
Bank or Cape Fear K
" Charlotte 13
" Clarendon fti
" Commerce -.-12
" Lexington ..10
" N.'Carolina 30
" Wades bo ro" 20
" Washington .03
' Wilmington .18
Farmer.' Bank or N.
Merehanta' Bank .V
'Bank or Eoiboro' 2C
Miner' and Planters'
Bank or Berkeley.... SO
" Commerce.. 40
' the Old Domi-
" Richmond .-.10
" Rockbridge 35
" Rockinham ..-45
" tha Valley ot
" Virginia So
" Wheeling 90
' Winchester 70
Central Bank or Va IS
Danville Bank 20
Ezchauge Banker Va.-20
Farmers' Bank of Fis
cal tie ................. 35
Farmer' Bank of Ya20
Merehanta' and Me
chanic' Bank.. 75
Norweatern Bank. 90
Trailer' Bank..... .25
the Union. ..par
" WeetTenn 43
Buck's Baak.. par
City Bank 60
Uerehints' Bank par
Bank or ShelbjTllW 85
Southern Bank..... .25
Traders' Sank .par
Life and General Insn- '
ranca Company SO
Bank of Camden .......4j
" Charleeton .IS
" Chester. M
" the State South
CommorcUl Bank lu
FarmetV and Exchange
Planters' Bank, or Fair.
Plantera' and ateehan.
lea" Bank M
State Bank.- 7
Union Bank W
Bank ot Ameriea....par
" TJouiaiana 60
' New Orlean!.9S
Citlisn'a Bank .95
Crescent City Bank-. ..95
Louisiana Slate Bank-73
lleehanlca' ami Traders'
Bank-. . .95
Merchants' Hank ...-90
Union Bantc. ...... 9"
New Orleans Scrip. 80
Bank or Mobile ..95
' Montgomery Si
" Selma 15
Central Bank 10
Commercial Bank- 10
Eastern Bank. 40
Northern Bank 50
antral Railroad Bank90
Naahvill A Chat?a B.
R Stock....... .58
Lonitvilre & Najhtllle
Tax Receipts M
TTAVINO PURCHASED -THE ENTIRE
LA. Urnsr Establishment of W. T. FoSTia.
No. 23 Public Square, I will continue the busi
ness at the old stand, and respectfully solicit the
patronage of ray friend and the public gene
rally. I will keep only the best and purest
articles in my line, and will sell at the lowest
prices possible. R. S. POTTS,
dccW-lw 25 Public Square.
AOOOD ASSORTMENT OF OOLD AND
Silver Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, etc., a
reasonable prices. Every article warranted as
represented. REPAIRING done well and wltb
satisfaction, as heretofore,
dealS-3m So. North Cherry St.
Office Assistaxt Qartcrm astir, )
NASHviLLR,Tenn.. Dec. 13, 1SG6.
T WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
1 Auction, on Saturday, the t!3d Inst.,
at 10 o'clock a. x., at the Cavalry Barracks lb
North Nashville, and at the trestle-work near
tbe corner of Vine and Crawford streets.
Three Thoavtnil (3,000) ConUof Wood.
Terms Cash, In Government funds.
By order nf Brig. Oen. Tnoa. Swosds, Ass't
Quartermaster (leneral. Chief Quartermaster
D.ofT. E. B. KIRK.
dec!4-td Bjt. Lieut. Col. and A Q. M.
WE1 OFFER FOR SALE AT A LOW PRICE
the fallowing Buildings:
Tbe PURVEYOR'S OFFICES, n Market
street. 160x82 and IOO3H.
The aid GOVERNMENT BAKLBRY, on Sum
These builBInajs bave Water and Oas Pipes
Also, the BARRACKS, Nos. 2 and S. on Sum
mer street, 190x3pand the
W'ARKH0UsC?neTo1l)fei. vnX Vine its..
Apply to STARTSMAN 4 WRIOHtT.
Cedar street, below N. W. Trestle-vbrk.
T AM OFFERING FOR SALE. AT 415!
JL each, ray seleeted and thoroughly repaired
Pour Mule Army Wagons, complete, with
double-tree, single-trees, Mreteher, bews and
Am telling Array WaM wittmut repairs
The above Wagons can be ordered ami received
af lien. N. B. Forrest. CeiaMWm Merchant,
.Memptiy.Tenn.. wilb iretgat ami eeffimtsta
(Ciaufc ID tiicoji'iiw dun wtm,
a. 11. aint t..a,
ler In Wagons, Carts. etr Snrure street.
near ttie crossing 01 i. ana 1. 1.. K., nasa-
THIMBlTILDINa KNOWN AS TUB DIS
PATCH Printing Office, corner Beak and
Printers' Alleys. It Is well adapted fer a Prtatlng
OCiee, a PunJUure Factory, or otber purpose.
Apply to Jno.J'alIace. at this OfBee. er to Dr.
J, B. Lindf ley. !N. Cherry sireet.
Dwelling HoliseXpr Rentj
On Union StreeP
"(Opiwsite New theatre.
rpilE VNSXRSIOKKP, nAVINO BEEJi AP.
1 polnUAAgaat far Cwlkpoaad'ot tbe property
latalr In. the hand or A. R. MsrrOI Co., oaart for
til tliflr tarx atock of 3crrctandSe at vary lew
prices, c?niitng In part vt tlx httoitlai : .
1,000,000 peoads Horn and Male Shoes.
000,000 pounds Cat Nail and Spike.
V10,000 seta La4 and VTbeel Ilarneaa,
With complete aartmat ef
Carpenters! and Blacksmitha' Tools;
HUTS WOODMAN, Ageati
, gvlrtil-'-i'- eNarth VirkeUtraat
City and Country Merc ants
A. LOUIS & CO.,
30 North market Street,
DETERMINED TO MAKE A
Jl change In business,
offer their large stock of
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
boots axi snor.s.
FIATS. .VOTIONS. Ktc Etc..
Not only AT COST, bat at prices to suit any one
ready to lay in a supply.
We oall the attestten or all merebants to this,
as we know It wlH be to their own benefit ta call
on a, as our
At the earliest day possible.
A T.OUIS at CO.,
3R North Mnrkpt Street.
a. it. ir.rcH. f. h. ax(.ovr. a. r. brscr.
BEECH, MANLOYE &CO.,
JIATTIXO.S. FLOOR Oil. CT.OTIIN,
Damask and Lace Curtain Goods,
Oil. HlfADKft niitl
NHAiiC LINENS. Etc.,
Xo. 5.1 Collese Street,
1 Second Floor.)
ON HAND A flOOD AS-
and WINDOW SHADES.
ITUTCIirSOX & FLEMING
Are prepared to do HOUSE. SIGN, and BAN
NER PAINTINO In all branches and in supe
rior style. Paint Shop Corner Rank and Print
ers' Alleys. nov2t-tf
FOR THE sTOLIDATS.
W. T. RERRY it CO.,
Booksellers, Public Square,
HAVE now ready for exarainatlen a eholee
collection of FINE BOOKS FOR THE HOLI
DAYS ; not for the Holidays enly.but fer all
time. Bibles and Pa vtkx Books: JIiltox and
SHAKsrsAac; Beapuoxt andFLtvrcmca: Scott
and DicsTcvs: Goldsmith and Irvins ; Tikst
sox and LoNargLLOw; IIrua5s and Jaubsox;
all in the riehest bindings known to the art. They
can mention only a few nf the mere prominent
1. -THE NEW TESTAMENT of our Lord and
Saviour Jesus Christ ; with Engravings in wood
from designs by the Old Masters. Each page is
decorated with Borders. Ornaments or Initial
Letters, copied from the finest Italian manu
scripts of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
and numerous Medallions are introduced in the
margins. 1 reL Uo.
2. THE NEW TESTAMENT of our Lord ami
Sariour Jesus Christ; illustrated by a plain ex
planatory Comment, and authentic Views of
places mentioned in tbe Sacred Text, from
sketches and photographs taken on the spot.
Edited by Edward t'hurton. M. A., Archdeacon
of Cleveland and Prebendary of Yerkr and Wil
liam Basil Jones, M. A.. Prebendary nf York
and St. Davids. Illustrated wltb seven Pano
ramic Views, thirty-seven full-page Drawing,
and seventy-two Woodcuts. Handrumely print
ed on tinted paper. - vols.
3. -BISH0P HEBERS HYMNS. Illustrated.
L LYRA GERMANIC A: Hymns ferthe Sun
days and Chief Festivals ef tbe ChrtftUn Year
With numerous Illustrations.
I. -OEMS FROM THE POETS: aseleetaar
Choicest Poeai3; withTms.Tr Plum.
fi. DANTE'S INFBRNO. IlluMrated with Til
superb Design by Gustave Dore.
7.-THE LEG END -OF THE WANDERING
JEW; with 12 large Designs by Dare.
S.-THB ADVENTURES OF BARON MlN
CIIAUSEN. Illustrated by Dore.
9. ROSES AND HOLLY: a Gill Book fer all
the Year; with original Illustrations.
10. -GEMS OF LITERATURE; Rare. Ele
gant and Suggestive. Illustrated with over 1C0
II. -WAYSIDE POSIES: Being ike Ny.w
Fiac Art Gift Book for 13S7.
12. BERLIN AND ITS TRBASURBSs Belag
a series of Views of the principal Buildings,
Churches. Monuments, etc.; with a seleetlen of
subjects from the Royal Picture Gallery and
otber Collections af Paintings, lie. Morocco.
13.-THB CELEBRATED GALLERIES OF
MUNICH. Elegantly bound in Mereceo.
ll.-THE ROYAL DRESDEN GALLERY
Being a selection of subjects engraved after Pic
tures by the Great Masters. 4t.
15.-THB GALLERIES OF VIENNA . Rn
graviags after the mt celebrated Pictures la
the Imperial Gallery, and from other resewned
collections in Vienna. lt.
K TENNYSON'S POEMS. IllastraleJ,
17.-LONG FELLOWS POEMS. Illustrated.
11. EVANGELIXE : By Longfellow. Illus
trated. 19. FLO WKR-D E-Ll'CK : A new relume of
Poems by Longfeltow. Illustrated.
20. TUB BOOK OF GBJIS: Frota the Poets
ard Artiste of Gret Brttaia. Tbe selections
commence with Chancer, ami tenataate wltb
Tennysan; aadtbe HlwtratieB are ef tbe high
et orderof British Art. 3 vol-tleeaetly bound.
21. -CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE:
By Lord ByroB. IlttHtrated whb origiaal draw
ing. 22. FLOWERS FOR THE ALTAR. Illus
trated with DrawtrHt of Ptower KeflluWy
28.VTHE TRUE CHURCH: wMh eightsuperb
CbroweLithograpbs. I'-Iaetrated frem destgae
by OraBvHIe Perkiw. IHawisiated Title sad
VigHetie;. Heaattfolly beual.
31.-A FOREST HYMN: By WHHam Cullea
25. CHRISTMAS IN ENGLAND. Papers
from the "Sltetch-Beek" ef VaihIiigtB Irvinr
with IMaetraftoM by eminent ArtMa.
3S.-SOKO OF SEVEN: By Jeia- Ingelow.
27. THE lBOOK OF RUBIES: A eflHeclwn
of tbe BMStietable Ive-Perai la tbe Englleii
2i.-JBA INGELONfS POHV1S. Ittastrated
sHh nearly M) Vignettes from original draw
ings bAemineat ArtUt. engraved In weed.
SarTHE CHRISTMAS HOLLY : By Ms
lar to a
Jlariand. Beautifully Illustrated.
W. T. B. Oc CO.
Have also juet opened a ease f
ENGLISH BIBLES. In elegant bindlnca;
BPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOKS, la Ivory
CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS, ia Irmr and
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, new style
STEREOSCOPES, with new -French, Spanth
Swiast, Giraan. Scotch. English and AntroJean
Views. Vary beautiful;
PRANG'S AMERICAN PICTURES, niw a4
WRITING DESKS. Rasewood and Leather.
tbe meat beautlfol assortment we have ever bad;
CHILDREN- ILLUSTRATED BOOKS', from LA ZSTtA fzUT Aaie.HHt
, THE.STATE .
JFIRE, MAJU2TE, u HUJjL
TKA NS PORT ATI OX
TrtUen ng EqtUtableRatev
49-Lasses Mrly a4Ktte4 and promptly paWS?
OfSee. SefeadNatfoaal BankbaBdlagJBeHej t
street. JOHN LUMSDEN. PreaHeat,
W. J. THOMAS.' Vks Presideat
JOSEPH NASIT. Seereiary.
HAVE A LAHSaT QfASTITT W
IBest Kerituck't, Basrglna:,
3T I flitNji PKYXRP. ' '
Eob3 and: Iron 'Ties,
also, for salens atxsp.li tber ean,t had, A MM.
uoa iroij tiw rjratr ftie Hum TJei nwuie ka thyw
who want tbeta n H( asaia.
a atjLvk s: eo.
NaahviHe, &pt. 7. USt.
On SAtartlay. 221 December,
Unleas dripased f before at Prirae'5le. -v " '
before theSd. tltwiR be
,, SOtD AT tV B.VRQAIN.
O. P. DAXFORTH, A feat,
delWw Oorner gteataad Jtfww.
AT IT AGAIN.
M. 0. STJLZBA0HEE.
wnexiKALK ana emit itnt nr
Groceries, Wines, .Liquors,
t'lca", Tobeccor Dyeatuflk, Etc..
Ho: 13 lTurth Harked Street, bet.
Church and TJaTon,
NASHVILLbI .... .TENKtWeriK.
TN CALLING VOUH ATMNTION1 TtTirE
J. a bore card. I woW ires ef3r .natliV Nn
thatl have just received, aadtLareBsw aahand,
, eoniplete Steele of Fre PimRy OteetAiL
Wines, Liquors. Cigstfe. Tdbaeeo, ete etc aad
all arVeles'te be feuad aweH regitiated Here.
Haviag all HelHtU to procure tha beat and
eheapest geed w asarfeat, I otter A aur fMesdi
aad patrawiueh iadueeiU as Mka ft te
their adranUxe te eall ad. exsiaiae.my stoek
eontinaaace ef the same.
deaW-Jm, 91. iU. SOLZB AOIIKR.
Louisville- and Nashville
QUICK TIME TO
ANfl TlIK. r.vsr.
Two nally ' Thi'OBsIi Train, SlnklHir
Direct Connect lonn attluHvllleir
the Knat, West- anil NorJIi. .
COMMBSCINQ S0VBMB8R', W. '
Traifts kU raa as feHewat .
' No. 1.
Leave Nashville M0 A M
Arrive at Bowling Oreea. WaM
:WRST AND NORTH.
No. 1- N'o, a.
LeaTe Louisville 10 P M W P M
N O; 3.
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ville daily at w A.M.ai
Cineinnati ta time tela!
for tha 11 W
a. tf.aad Ir, v., arjvfegHi
tane eapg tsra; raw
Passenzer ear aUaebed te freicbt
Leave! Franklin. Ky-atTdf a. u aaJJ
at 930 a. v.. arrivlnr U Naaf5 at'IiS
Ihm N'ubvilla at 3aKt p. tf arrives at
tin r. v.. and at f,
General Saperwitcndeeit L. Jt N. R. R.
For Bent Ibi 1S07.,
ant frr one year r (era term, of years, a rt
ipiOHT STALLS 1W A'99V, flQMPOKTW-
" CHRIST?TA5f GIFTS."
A LARGE STOCK OT ARTIOLBSSIIJA
ble fer Presents; at prices tNH)jfeibeitlae4.
AUe, Fire Cnikefa. X1Mi(ftev- Pfe HjsM4a.
wholly re A(Rjcss&w
dee!9-lw Gimer Cfearch aad thwieief.
TN COMPLrXNCEWlTH A LAW OF TH
1 city ef Nashville, tee OetasitHee ,eB ieVe
Workhouse will receive sealed Meeeja U, hbVR
1 velve o'clock m Toesday, tbe 35th De
ouad. merchantable aaentsi fer ae ims ri
itos let Ue etMaiMg iwmm awi
Iftyto.ba fWiihl a near he d
law reaa!r we tret W We an
a( tbe Hermitage Bt
befere tbe t
X offer tbeea
Dry Gooffs, TChlH
e.4Uked fa. lbs Stera UeM. So. .1
rnnare. at ttummfXm. ,
testten eTeewavry ad hf N
T called, as the s4m magi be efaM
wi at an early day
Na4mUe. Tesa,. Dec. U. 1
-DX BECB6E Uf CHANCERY,
Mju. h. n aixer vs. 1
enntvid' atsers. f aea c
vr lshi ine Mn aoMcir
109 Ure llooje saw oeepled by Mtn. JU
B. (JbwThaai k Ce.
The StAro Heeae em CbHrcw sreet yeaHeit m
Mesauc UaBUten k. (sfeee. Aad a stere iWaea
belweea the twe heosu abov a man lien ul.
Tbese wlsblag to reat wilt tnR m at K. at
Chextham X Co.'s. etfraer aChateg wed OeWtt-
deel-tt la.h it. t'.WtJOli
PERKINS, SWMS0X & CO.,
freneral ComialssIoH Merchant,
,Xe. 41 0arn4!t, r. Vmttu stent. Saw tJeteae.
' ar atVUlL
9. M. a FT Jl7W'l
k. r.. tirf a
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