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Vrwn the New Orleans TimeijDec.13.
OnAiic29th of AugaS65, plaintiff,
Gtara IL Sprig?, widow of Charles II.
Flower, of the narish of Karods. and wife
of lEattacc- Sarsrtt. tirared Xht Sixth'Dis-J
trict Court to grant a decree of divorce
Kunderinctho tie between herselffttid hus-
uatuL The reasons of this prayer ar
siaied.jSiiinoi in tue very wows oi jue
plalhtia; r At the lime of her marriage
srHli. Eusface Surged i'e beld Uie position
ot lieutenant JJolonel in, the, cvnieaoraic
array, boine chief of stain fo LieuL uen
liirlmni Tavlor. The headnuartors of the
G.cneril wfcreydimng a greal tpdrtioof ;li i'e.
war. at Alexandria. La., but before her
marriage were transferred to tlit east of
the Missisir.m river. The acnuiintance
of the plaintiff with her husband began in,
the nlonUi of August. 1862, a period about
twngraaia before their marriaga ITe.wjta
otSejVfficlrfof the Confederate ararfJre
quentcd her bouse -and enjoyed the hospi
talities of tier abode, xrom me attacnmeni
and devotion exhibited: by. Colonel Ssirget
towartfher durintr all that time. IKe became
so satisfied both of therincerily and perma
nency' of his affection, that ehe relumed hie
t i . . mi
love, ana consented 10 me marriage, l iiev
were married. Col. Sunret.now her husband
bdryr Hnder, orders to join his command at
M&nufah, ielt-'hu newly married wife on
the second day after their marriage, and
proceeded to his destination. Some months
after he left he continued to write to her
letters of devoted tenfierne and affection
lie nent to her congratulatory letters from
his relatives, and his young wife received
litem with great pleasure and gratification.
Suddenly the wife ceased to receive letters.
Rumorayaggo asd daok,- reached her ear
it a change in his affections. Unable to
account for this painful silence, the young
wife refused to "believe the Injurious, and,
te her, painful rumors. Eut at length a
letter was received from her abaect husband
fhat to her was a cruel confirmation of
these tidines. The letter contained the
cruel confession of the loss of his affection
far her. It stated that he had longlovf d a
lady who reciprocated his affection so fer
vently, that his marriage with his wife was
Ingsatthl insfilt Upon her affections, Iter
attachment to. him was such that she fondly
hoped Jemightlbeiunder.Bome temporary
; ! . . i t !
uaiiueiiisucii. on jirwaii)g uer automation
atlusconuuct, so unfeeling and cruel.ahe im
piored ami tiy letter not to abandon tier
whptn he.had .promised and sworn at the
altar to love, cherish and protcot, and will
iter to abandon hiriinborn cnilci, Hlie ior-
trayetl Jicr lonclincas and 'misery should
lie. persist in his abandonment, bhe pic
tured the disgrace which, without tlio
slighlos fault on her part, would attach to
her proud name, thenamo of her children.
the honored namo of her family. To this
earnest and affectionate appeal, on the
nncccss cf which hung the list "hope of her
oruslitd.hcart, Col. Burget responded : He
aelcnowledeed the deep guilt of his conduct
reduced Her. (without any fault of her own,
i .--jC! A. i .t . .1 r- . i '
uui'saiuuiai laie nau uxcu nis woe so un
alterably elsewhere tliat. come what would
his.separa(ion from her was then final and
forever. The shook that the wife received
at this last cruel treatment was so wound
ingjtb bar feelingsis akwomaniso hud
furtb hflrafrcctton af a'Wife'and hoffinj
mother, that sho pined under the blow,
IcTiglinhcticalh' bl her stillborff cTiild, in
diiccd by her mental and bodily anguiHh
severed Uie last lie which bound tier to
her faithless husband.
This, was the story, plaintive,' 'hetfrf
wringing, that the wife told to tho Just
She supplicated for the laws of Iter conn
try to come to hervelicf, and prayed that
the bonds of matrimony between horself
and Httstacti Surget might be forever sun
dered. On the S22d of November. 18C5,
the fiat of the court was pronounced ; let a
iwinnuiuii irum ueu onu ooaru, ueiweei
Clara II. Sprigg, widow 6f Cliarles' A
Flower,' una Eustace Sured'takd place.
Tlic judgment was issued and promulgated
on the usin 01 November, Jeoo. Abun
dant evidence corroborates the simple story
of tho plaintiff, and from it certain portions
r i m whole story of the case is told in
the' above lines. Hie facts aro vonclietl for
in near thirty letters that passed from Snr-
jfet to Ins wire. These letters, previous to
the time specified, breathed the most ardent
aiiection lor Jus spouse, but tell no more
facts than what has been represented. Col
Sunrtt renounced in the presence of wit
n esses all rlpht and all title to the estate of
hts spoustw The mamae certificate showed
that Uie two .were made one on the 9th of
August, 1864, The statute amending the
code provided that one year after the decree
of separation, is pronounced, and on proof
that no reconciliation has tafcen place be
tween the Turtles, a decree of divorce may
be granted. Hvamsand Jonas, attorneys
forplaintiff, appeared in tho Sixth District
Court on the llUh or Tsovembcr, loob, one
one year after the prayer for separation,
and prayed for judgment of divorce. Bf I
denrc showed that no reconciliation had
taken place. Now. on the 7Ur of Decern
lr, 1866, Judge Duplantier decreed a di
vorce between the parties.
The marriace. tie between Clara II,
Flower, frite Spflgg, and Eustace Surget is
forever sundered by the laws.
I N'CtDEXT THE beleasf.
THE HON. I. V. SICUQAK.
From tho Oiaeinnatl Knuutrer.
The late decision by the Supreme Court
of the. United plates in the case or the lion.
L. B. ililligan. of Indiana, the victim of an
illegal and arbltraryonilitary icommission,
revives in our memory an uiciueni cumieci
ed witli lib imprisonment in the Ohio
penitentiary, which has not been published
hitherto. The partisan officers in the care
of tho Columbus penitentiary at first treat
ed Mr.IUhgun who was as innocent of
any otlenso as they were with great bru-
laiuy. Among outer inings mey com
jielleil him, although he was a lawyer by
profession and knew nothing about dentis
try, to draw the teeth of such of the prison
ers as had the toothache. Upon one occa
sion, after-ho had. protested his ignorance
or the art or tooth -extraction, he was com'
pelled, undsr threat of punishment, to
put tho forceps upon a tooth of one of the
convicts, Jn las inexperience he put
them upon the roots that were connected
wilh two teeth, and drew them (both at
once, frlchtful v lacerating tho poor pris
oner's jaw and inflicting a terrible amount
of pain upon him. Mr. Milligan states
that when he saw what lie had done, be had
a mental anguiui only inferior to that of
the prisoner, and all was owing to the re
fined cruelty of the keeper in putting such
a task upon him.
Mr. Milligan was first taken to the file
shop, one of the unhealthiest places in the
prison, and given a kind of work that soon
entirely prostrated him atfd sent him to the
hospital. All sorts of such indignities and
outrages were, inflicted upon this gentleman;
simply beoausobo was a Democrat nnd had
been cruelly treated by a military commu
Mn. There ought to be, somewhere, a
legal remedy for such wrongs.
Tub Fiikxch PntKCB- Isn-EniBL is a
PniNTKn. A compositor, who has recent
ly been employed Ih'iho correction of some
of'the Hmwrbr's slips or a new, work he
i tan in progress, commuuicaiai 10 iuc J-rim-(T
t Jlegitkr soma facts of intercsticoncern
ing the Emperor and his eon. He writes ;
" TheKinperoriaatnost particular and thor
ough practical reader in his way; trill not
allow his spelling, acrentation Or pointing
to be interfered with iu tho least. Every
scrap of his copy is carefully preserved, I
lielieve. fer returninir to him, and he will
ing it sent to him to be carefully looked at.
I am toldjhat (lie little Prince ts a capital
compoMtOT, and, if some forms of jUvehlle
poetry and stories which I have seen re
cently sent to lx worked, are his coin posi
tions, Ihey.arv very nicely put together. I
hear, he has everything of this sort to hand,
witruoflpeaof tWbest mahogany, a small
implZng surface of slate, the frame of
s-lilch encloses a nest of tasterally-arranged
drawtfsf pofilalhing. a "variety of ralscelk-
neotMmoe lilting for feu usej anath
mincF Prmre. alsou I am tald.duBlaM
censWerabie skill in bringing up wood'
cnHfor wlilch be seemi to. hare a taste I
shsuld not won Jer i his royal parent does
not eccasJfeaally assitt him, for he must
kait ffi(htu1ng of the practical depart
ment a oorapositor'a work.,br the great
aktl! and taste Jlcnifsflay IS alterations
faced syhvof type In all his fanciful die
bringing this lwly to the grave. otwim
ftfahuine her sirenized and outfaced feu
ami corrections, 'whicli wouldtlo'crwlit to
theW title setterinlhebusineit ;';Tip
17mnAmrapas to 1C VPrV fond ftf The,5lU-
& J&riSffi '4
evinces' rtderaUlc- nterary
luetic and ,i)rose bij&u which
arc occiofialI' prmtea trom ins pen,
though the authorship is kept a secret.
iM3iit;K..vrs goinu a.vcu Jitvie,
TJielNow'York .W states tha inlerBtinf
and wijestive fact that several hundred
Irish immigrstits, recently arnveil, are
leavig thaC port every t week,! "oil" rfieir
way lck to their nutive land. The Sin
TThV.v aimJtteris twltlUfalftc ideM of ihef
cinplovment thai awaits Uiem, snd finding
themselves lipjKinleI, think poveriy in
theia ewh cowitry ;picfcwlfe ?o similar
destitution amonc ftrabgeVn. Agents nt
ii.or. ahmail liold out such teiimins nro.-
is no wonder tliey are disgusted with the
ham realitv. J lie Oennan arc perrais
less liable to form uhwarrantame expecta
tinm. A laree proportion of Germans,
too, are aceostomed 4o ' agriculture, and
mnsenuefitlv thev meetly eo to the Wel
. - - - f t ... .
mil find some means oi maKinir a m int ai
oaef iForall wtel;?.?wladg f
r.nnino ifip Wert is the luace to eo rr
occuiation. Thea whnwekieniplojHeBt,
as meclianics are not likely to improve
iIimi fvmillii(n h thWixr tlia(courc At
the same time, it sliould be understood that
work of all kinds is scarce in thk city, and
likely to remain o for the winter. There
are nianv thousand of raecliaiiios Jiraone
us who would be glad to work for the means
of subsidence. . $
heavy ox thk rKi:i:in:x.
From the C'ulumkuc i Miss.) Sentinel.
A friem! i&mufi frwirilfe Jireetion of
Tibbec tlie otlier day, found a notice muck
ii,) on a gate post of a plantation, oi winci
the foHengris a copy f I
' TO Jk HOK IT MAY CONCERN ! !
" This farm is not for sale, lease or rent
or to Iks given away.
"The ex-iunior proprietor lliereoi, Jn
takintr his leave, desires to return to the
colored -employe ait eerhwtiiift anlram;
nablc adieu !
"To the efficient and prompt manner in
whicji they discharged tueir "Utiea, uri
the L1?itrsiMmer, LAffctllbtdt.-uiqHru
tiowormv4;fop ! - -
".Nptiee, is, thcrofore. wvenjaa. I ,havc
by mutual consent released all claims upon
this class of cHuetw. and that they are frj
to enlist for and with any one desirous of
securine their valuableervieer.
"To Spchui onoJ .would say that they
differ widely as to the manner ol enlisting,
none.being vyillinfiJy-jJo. so unless being
first alloWa! to maiiTrlife following neces
sary implements, viz :
"One five-shooter and a shot-gun, three
dwf.'twb nleaHife' lltfrM. one milch cOw
Inrn aftnra mul tut-. POAls allll C
samo-miantitv a .waifc pebpleilive orAix
i . - (avrn ,i r . .
acres of land for natch, aeoordinz to size n
" For further jrliciilsrs,pply 'to 1 I
" fit, it I'M llnitv loin 4 Plftlltpr '
ri'. A Hi; I'lH5I'AltKU TO (X)LIRO'I
ft Clsiiun ssaitiM (lie tlmteil .State Govern
merit IWr itI
1 ! L
'Wly.lMken. UsruiK lhK
rty tMken UsruiK t trar, ,
,114 i ' I
tother Reeipta for or Not.
tr.intXiuniltfr tin- f HrfMSt ifftil CungrBn
a elmrarter t
rxMiKETHiii it si j;r.i y ivYuext
- Sotiliers ml all ittherg ciitrii.tin their eliiims
in fwr lianJi art snwruJ that lhay wjll receive
OVlt MOST (MKErfTE AT TEXTIOX
Arnemberni ohi" tirm l lorstca in wnwiins
tnn City, and in soeftsnt wmrauniAtien with
the raripiM D)HirtiHntg of the Government,
and Ills cxtensire exiterieore In tlieenllnrtinn ot
pikiibs ensi mm tn iirtwratp. wiui
PIIOMPTXENS AXO IHNl'.Vlt ".
nnv IiuMiifss entriHl to onrchstye.
(live im n rail.
lsriI.L J1K (IfJSN l"OB TJI UKOKKTIUN ir
II HUi1nliiln all PrrHir'HlMitA,
Kirsi Monday of feptembcr Next
1. IT tilt. IC V
K. HE Mill, KI).,
a nihu t:i1 Tl w n ov
W. JIoDONfl)!.!). 11.11.. IYifiwr of MUio-
JIII.irK III.' II, lroAwtr of Matlera Luicues.
TUt ucnnia cf fttnttt U txm li and tlior tub,
ud tbe lniktftMi tre tfrteriutnnil to wake the Unl
venlty Kfaatlt t Jot ta ir the lollies
iD.iiiniioa in tn, kouui.
ToI'Iju it. Sit OO to S3!.t)ll txr ekn.
BosnllnR, air all Defutmralii, JH.oi) to
1. a w s : ii o u
BOM. ItOPT. J.. (UkVTUECa. I NilBlM (IHtKK, 1. IV.
a imra i ivHuor 10 ue inwrto.
OOlflLSK OK rllPY IN TUE LAW HOUOOL.
JuxM.i ihx-f- 0ra tiers BUtftry ofa LsvuitL
Walter' AturrtriD Iaw, Htf-h m'l'letstBR, Kent'
Ommienlarlef.nwfy oil ITewuwry Notnr,
Middlr Ohm r-Sots vu lliltiuet,u, Wory on
Aceno , ht"rr- ttr-Hy JiiripnidnHr, H(or,'
Kqnlty riKltiif. MrfMilMrn KTlSeus . CriinHitl
Hkkioh fluv-S ot j- on.CsonW ot ltr, Auge 1
snaAiueion Oorpor'llwi', Iymut on Eifcutott,
ruMu on tvmtief", i' Knt ii6vl-wi
bterj on the CoBiHlutlnn.
Tottlon, per Term.
library roo. ......
. . j.imi
llio UntveiBllr. tks war. ramtW6j aVont
flv bund ed ttted'Bte on tta Ann ! (Muuxme.
Q.od tlutUtacs fer all UoiwIbmcOi hue lnwi
oare, Sft tha new I uiKHn trill lie erectetl itAxt
1 1VK 1'AU. TEKU
Oman First AtMHltr In bptBJer ; elites Lut
TUu rJ y In Jsnusry. Mprinflt Term opr n First Mon-
dty In Ffbmtrfi in emuen i.t i numiy in j nne.
Borry. Domovillo & Wharton,
Nod. 6 snil 6 South Side Pnwic Sijnsie,
n K9rK0TFWIXT A0
trwir. to TH-tm
i Mutness poraif.HBltT
eenntrv friwide lint tfe
thkt ther am cuatteBMis tfi trtlateeci at the cU
kt&ntl of W. W. Utry Dwlll. anJ wooM b
friaJ to m llielr obi patron. TUey Veep con-
lantly on hand wrr article teewn to tne trade.
The LotuliHi QunrleHy l!evieirlCoueriattve).
ilie ivuinourfu iteview vhK'. SN,
The WeMwinietw Iterisw (ll4is4 X
ine.ri ihiimh nmm irmvuiim
JllsckiTootl's KtliHlxHuh MsctMine tWry).
THBSR POrtEKIN l'KRlODtoALS AKK
rocularly itublishedby w in m same style
as nereioiore. i fiomi wno khoit uin anu wi
Ul tun rUMlim . num. W" .ii".v. ,
thnan whnm tliA eivil war of tbe laat few vean
liai deprived ef their once welce$e supply of
tbe beet ierwi real literature, will ixfttotl lMn
them Bjraiti Kilhin their reauili :
may never ft nave luel ntin in
etllr lie well lileanra to recerre
rvortfif the preer of Kuropeai
ToriUH for 1S87.
l or any vuc of (he Ileview 1JJ
Kcr any two of th? Keriews-. -,7.00
For any three of the Reviewt ...MteS
For alfforof tho Itfrfea-s-, .TS.K)
For Blacknooit's AlAaipe- 4iU,
Forlllai-kwcKxl and on Review T.n
torlllackwood and say two or
tbe Kenans . .ak 4ar - KUNij
For BlAckwoST SwJTinrhfct
or tbe Keview- U.if
For Blackwood ana (lie tour '
Kertews - .. i:uw" - '
PfrtTinr AHien MMt WvkM. Hfc'V1tfe io
any part of the L'aityd States will We hut twenty -four
cmiU a year for " BlKod,'',Bd Jmt
.ihtCMiI n vear tor each of the llwtew.
Subwribers aay obtain back rmmbeft at the
following reJttgfJ JureB. viti
TbeAortti nniMH Irani
ember. 1S86, Wtclaeive : the
.rfMlralntter-fran Ami! ISM. to I)epem1?eT,
inaliuiye, ad thebwvdon Quarterly forth yeaas
18 and ISftJ. st the rate of ti&Jlr. for wk
or anr Reviw; also Blackwotfi ft?lW. fcf.
TOEXTtOKAKD SCrVf 1'fliLTSIiLVS
The T. ; TTlt Cft ata,, MlUtaU fa 'FAR.M-
wad tbe UtejJ. 1'. HittwM'i ValjbHJ
Fhf for lite tvo Tolovai-ky UaMJpae
paid. IS. meeaa-iw
a, a. sJrdMt& co:
- i e-,t- .
Churcli' and College Streets,
F O JllVAMJ) ING
' A.D1EAI.EILS IX
Order ailed wllht'nrent llipliwet
OUR LAIWJH W'AREHOUfiEenablesus to
fer fuperiw inuueemcntl to nsniers ana timers
Shippfnfr their.Uotton'and other J'rodure to us.
on which we win mnnii
- 'EIKEBAE ADVAKCTS,"
Sell, glove, or Shlpj on the moat
- , Favorable Terms.
Pirtfe",fu.ypring us with their ..business' niajv
detM!nilL.nn'Mt receiving prompt and c&retul
tttiantkn' ' A. A. SPEXCER A CO,
Bfutheart corner of Church and College tls.
GltAJfCER T SALM
Saturday, Dec. 29, 1866.
J. E. Glcarea. Adm'r. ys. the Heirs and
Creditors of F. K. ZollicofTer, dee'd,
PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
Chancery. Court at Naahvills in. the:, above
named ('auSo.'Suil bi'reason'of tbe failure oft ho
former purchaser tn comply with the terms ol
the sAle,d will again offer at public tale; at the
Court Jtouse, on
SnUirdny,' December 29, 1SCC,
The rurmnrriuiilenne of the late Oen.F. K. Zol
liooSer, fronfinj K4 feet on High street, nnd
riinninir luuk 1711 feet, in an IS foot alley.
Thin proiMsrty is well known, nnd is in the most
desirable portion ofibe city for residences.' Tho
purchaser will be put into possession immedi
ntely upon complying with the terms of sate.
The nnrchater wilt be rcouired to cay One
fourth CAslt. and execute notes for the residue,
due at one and two yean, with interest from the
day of sale, and a lien will be retained to secure
their payment, ane saiets wunout reuempunn
MORTON B. HOWELL, C. and JJ,
James T. Armstrong et als. ys. Robert II,
.rorter et als.
N rURrUXCE QF DECREE OF -THE
X Chancery Court hi Nashville in' the above
named cause. I will sell at the Court House at
Nntnrdny, DeeembfriSB, 1SCC,
Tlio two Store' Honses and Lots On the south
aide of tho Public Square, at present occupied
by Miko Powers and J. A. J. Roue as' Clothing
Store. Those lots each front 25 feet and run
hack UU feet, and are entirely corered with
Thk Tr.nlis'or SiiK are $300 upon each lot
pasb, and tbe residue upon credits oi one ana
two .years.4- Notes required with approved secu'
rity, and lien retninedi Sale free from re-
demption. MORTON B. HOWKLL,
decS-td ' Clerk and Master,
Peter Anderson yu,iMcKoberts it'.Mclve4
TN PURSUANCE (6f. DECREE. OF TflE
J- Chancery Court at Nashville in above named
cause, 1 will offer at tbe Court House at JNah
Kiituritny, Deooiaber 29, 1S06,
Tho following LoU In the Craighead rian, lying
five miles from Nashville, on the Gallatin, Turn
I, at No.l. coutaininir 33 ncrcs and 19 notes,
and fronting on tho Usllatin Turnpike, upon
which is situated the old Craighead rcsidenoe.
Lot No. 4, containing? acres and 122 poles, and
lying in the rear oi lot jno. i.
These nre the lots formerly purchased y Dr.
TERMS-Credits of C, 12 and 18 months, with
interest from day of sale. Notes required with
approved security, and a lien retained. Sale
free from redemption.
decS-td . Clerk and Master.
Lnoy Ann Marshall and others ys. Walter
Marstiati anu otiiere.
TN PURSnANCE OF DECREE OF THE
- Chancery Court at Nashville in above named
(ffluse. t will sen at tne uouri noose ai masn
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 16CC,
Tie House and part, ot Lot JNo. JJ, renting a
Xeet on Lino street, and running back lfiO feet
lyin justabove "jura. 1'ecg's apnngj'
Alto. Lot lyiHC back of above mentioned lot.
fronting 30 Tect, and extending-back 30 feet tn
Trcnpard'sline, baing.part.ofXot.No. 37. -TERMS:
One third Cash, and the residue on
credits of six nnd Hwelvo monthswith interest
from day of sale, and a Hen retained. Sale free
lrom redemption. 3
MORTON B. IIOWEDL.'
deoS-tds Clerk And Master.
William Liiwcomh ys. S. E. Jones and
TV PURSUANCE OF DECREE -OF THE
- Chancery Court nt Nashville in the above
named cause, Illlell at the Courti HquJOiBt
;.Sat iirtlny, December 29,JJ1SC0,
A Tract of Land in the Second Civil District of
Davidson county, known wfcJm Uraic," jon-
f tlztand twelve
month. Xntna- reduifeil -withaiiWO approved
securities, and a lrensrBtained.atiale ireo trom
d8rS-td 1 Olerk and Master.
iohle D. Ellis a. Susannah Hoore and
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
- Chancery Court at Nashville in the bove
named.ease, I will again offer at public sale
at the Courthouse at JNasnvjlle. on
SntuiHlny, December 20ili, 1806,
The property owned by the tato Orm of Ellis Jt
Moore, and formerly owned byDr. D. T. Scott,
being Lots Nos. 9, 10 and. 11, near the Jlnena
Vista Springs, xneseiiou uont vm yarus on
tho Buena Vista turnpike road, and run back
between parallel Hues 275 yards. Lot No. 11,
contains i'J acres and 67k poles, htid has upon it
a well-built and beautiful Brick Cottage, con
taining nine rooms, nnd furnished with all the
modern imtirnvcmpnls. Theout-houseS. smoke
house, stables, etc., are substantially built of
hnek. Un iiot ao. v, is an Artesian well, wnica
furnishes an abundant supply of water. A plal
of theoo lands may be seen at my office. Purcha
sers are requested to ex am toe tho property. It
is an elegant suburban residence, and the
grounds are well adapted for a Market Uarden,
TERMS. One-third of tho Purchase money in
cash, nnd tbe residuo on credits of one and two
years, with interest from date, flotea required
with approved security and a lien retained,
Snln fri from rfMlpmution. afl
ANDERSON. JOHNSON & SMITH. Agents.
Ilellie W. LoyeH7!Francis M. Mnrrell.
TN puTsatrtPeof a decree of the Chancery Court
- nt Naahville, in abovo named case, t win sell
at the Courthouse, at Nashville, on
I ' Sntiirtlnj-, Dereinber 20, 1SCO,
lot on Spring street, tn Edgefield, described as
.11. ...-u. ' Ituin nina nr. Inrlni. trnnt at till.
4lows: "Beginning on Spring street, at the
rnerofa, nart of lot sold to bam 1 oparaman,
(fand running thence along Spring street towards
tho While s croeK Turnpike roau. 4ti leet to a
atone; thence at right angels from said street 143
feet to the routuern lino oi loiiso.in voi
more's plan of Edgefield: thence with said line
east 40 feet to Sparkman
Hnarkuiaa' line to the be
TKKMS: hx raonins oreatu note roquireu,
with two aniroved securities, bearing interest
from day of sale, and a Hen retained, gala froo
frsra redemption. MORTON B. 110 WELL, -decS-td
Clerk and Masterf
Ellen Desha v.
Thomas litisacll, etlbls.
OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named eaaee, I will sell at the Courthouse in,
Snturdnj-, Tecimb.er 23j.JS60.
t of lnrvl Mntaininir?5 aeres.'Xa the waters
ndian aad Mill CrCbks in rtJaa sixth Civil
District of Davidson oountys adjoining tbe
lands of Robt. May field, Joan Brilcy, Tibitha
twa annraved. securities, and
Sale free from redemption.
MORTON S. HOWELL.
decS-td Clerk and Master.
U A 1 1 .1 HBT
! 1. Aj-4
ISPORMS ni3' OLD
-liuMUl th'n ecbltd cnertlr that hsl
ta bow tuny preparcu i uus w.w. uwui
Boot nnd Shoc-.H
at hu,old stanan . n -jt, .
d6e-5w J. A.- MURKIN..
Bond, Newton Briley andjowora. Soaparticnlar
yjeer!ptlofi in BooWT 28 pac ,677. offb
TMt38flpLE Sii raonthscredit. Note
NO. S SOBTTI C0LEE(JE HTREEt
,000 DAHEEL3 EXTKA FAltrtT yLflttftt
. 200 barrebi extra superfine Tleur;
CO hogsheads New Orleans Sogar ;
25 hogsheads Demtrsra Engar;
CO barrels Crashed and Powdered Sirgars ; .
200 sacks prime Bio Coffee ;
25 tacks Iiagnlra CoftVe ; "
25 lrrets fresh Bice;
V) tarrtla N;w Orleans Mslaisea';
200 boxes Troctor & OambU's Soap ;
ISO boxes various brands Soap ;'
fl00 bolt TaDbw CanJlwi, hari preaifSj
00 boxrs fine Chewing Tobacco ;
SO, grosa yLieCpt Tobacco ; . , .
. 2S 'barrels Smoking Tobatos; -
43 kegi EnglUh Soda ' '
23 kegs American Soda; , ' .
M casa 1 and 2 lb. ram l)yitr ;,,..,. u
CO boxra Tepper ; - i''i .
CO boxes Spice;
50 boxes Indigo ;J " -
CO boxes Oround llotard i. , '
. 25'barTeU Mason' Blacking; ' ... , ,
CO boxas pint, qnart and half gaUda Bottles
20 boxes Garrett's Snuff; ' t . ' '
20 grosa Dnrkee'a Elnlng; -f ,
51 barrttls Bonrbon Wbliky ,
2'lUfrfit Bobtftitm Gonnty'AVh'litjr '
100 barTets Foote Kaah Proof Whisky ;
100 tarrcta Ginger Cordial-;
15 barrels Ginger Wine ; ,J
15 barrels Sweet Wine ; . ,
CO barrels Grape Vinegar.;
25 barrela Lemon Sy'nip ; '
CO boxes Starch;'
CO dorcn Buckets;
CO doien Brooms;
2000 Flour Sacka ; ,
CO boxes assorted Candy ;
Brandy; Bum, Gin, Wines, w varlont brands, at
WKAKLKY & .YAKUillHtUII'S.
No. S North. College atreet, Kaahvltte, TennouM.
B. B. CIIKAT1UV.
R. P. WOOD
E. B. Cheatham & Co.
FINE BRANDIES, WINEt
s 1 (
, etc.', .elci, .
Cor. College and Church Hin.
i 111. I .(o I If
KF.KP' 'OIffSTANTl.Y ON 11 AND AJTD
100 haia choice Rio Coffee. - .
125 hhTs Crushed, Powdereil ami Qranu
140 bhls Coffee Srigar.' - "
60 " Mackerel, ATo. 1 and 2.
25 " 41 No. 3.
150 kits " No; i, 2 and
200 boxes Star' Candles.
125 " Soap (assorted.)
5 Tierces fresh Rice..
25 bbls Cider Vinegar..
650 " Extra Family Flour, Spring-
, t l t i r ! i
neia ana ron, Aoyai nuns.
100 bbls, 1 bbls and kegs cbnntry Lard.
5' tierces Dried Ueef. ( '
50 bbls N. O. Molasses atiu' Syrups." '
50 bbls Sorghum Molasses .
10000 bushels Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment of
FRESH CANNED FRUITS,
Tomatoes , .
and : Cherries,
and Pepper Sance,
SplceH, Pepper, etc., elc.
AMOXOST WHICH ARC
6 i Pipes Fine Braiidy,
Hennesej, Otard, Dupey & Co.,
Pinto Castillon; vintage, 1849,'52,and'57
3 United Vineyard; Proprietors; 1850,
4 i Rochelle,
3 Pnnclieons bestlrishandScotahWhisky
2 J I'ipca Jamaica Kiim.
65 1 casks Sherry and Port Wine, all
8 J casks pure Malga Wihej
4 Pipes pure Holland Gin, ' "
75 boxes St. Marceaux Chamiugne,
30 " Cabinet f '"" ' " J 1 '
65 " Heidsick " "
125 boxes Claret, very fine.
10 bbls "Old Crow," 1855, warranted su
Derior to knv ever offered in Nashville.
185 bbls pure iwbertson County, old and fine
13U Uourbon, ail graaes,
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
8 " Peach Brandy, pure.
Anisct, Curacoa, Abay tithe,
Maruschino, Wampoo Drakes,
Plantation and Boh-crs Bitters
and London Club.
5,000 Genuine Imported Havana Clean.
110,000 JJalUmore, all frradej; i . .-
Together with a eeneral assortment of Staple
anu rancy urocencs.
It. B. CHEATHAM dr
novll to janlS
rWM. TI TLEBACT H ,
OITICTAX. No. 7 Churrla Strrot.
(onnoaito the Maxtrell Honse.) Naihville.
Tenn. offersthis services 'to. a tene ons public.
By his oxperienco in this lino he is enabled to
try the eresight and suit spoctaoles accordincly,
so that the eye is not overcharged, but merely
assisted; At his Optical Enabliahment can also
Microscope. Telescopes, ihermome-
ters, Vlagni&ers, Mathematical Instrnmenta,
ire tramcs, upera anu tieia uiasscs, etc.,
etc. Hemembor that when yon want your ej-e
sigbtimproved yon mntt call at, Wm. Title-
DBUtna ouice, no. it wnnrcn street, opposite
MaxVell House, Nashville, Tennessee. The
best Glasses, or pure Pebbles, set into old frames.
hriwelling and ILot for Sale.
M. 8.101, AdmV. Me., ys. Ms&W 1
Sheiton et als.
AS DIRECTED BY A DECREE OF TnE
County Coart of Davidson county, at its
March Term. IStVl. in the above canse. I will offer
at Public Sale, at the south end of the Court
House, in the city of Nashville, on SATURDAY,
tho -29th day of December, 1SG6, the Lot of
Ground on Broad street. West Nashville, belonir
ing to the estato of M. L. Sheiton. deceased,
frontinc52 fet On Broad street, and rnnai&a
back 180 foct, on which is a desirable and well
built two story Brick Dwelling-, contain-
ine eizht rooms, rood cellars, cistern, and every
convent Mice. Sale to tatc tlsce at 12 O'clock,
sad parchasers will please examine the premises
before daV of sale.
- TERltS-One-Uurd cash, balance on credit of
riX,.twelre and eighteen mifnths, with Interest,
lien, etc, r. i.. muiiuLs uers.
A. NELSON Jc CO, Agents
Ofllcc of the Traveling A&cuc.y
. . rat rat.
St. Louis Sntual JJfo 'osnranco Co..
In thjStatw pf KectncV. pdTenirraM.
Corner of vine and Chnreh. aueets.
At C. W: Staltha 'Dragptore. "NaahTflU, Teno.
Btrrtiif ' ' JOHN,!). ttUNB, Ajaiit.
G. II. jSMITH,
rWlOE. No. 8,:0herrT
,f Dead trick street.
At 't , i A J f V
lYo.r. lOMlnioii Street,
JJAVE ON HAND A F1NK!ST0CK:0P.:
T RIMLIMXIVG S , ETC.
JOHN B. EVERETT AND JOHN W.
MURRAY, who are carrying-on the business
of tho'above firm, would respectfully call the
attention oi tnetr friends ana ot the public gene
ral 1 to this stock of NEW GOODS.
Mr: Everett and Mr. JIurrav are. and alwavs
have been, residents of Nashville or its vicinity.
and consequently are identified in, Interest with
the people whose patronage they solicit.
Their bouse is uie ome occupied tr J ii.
Everett and If. R. Buchanan for the period of
fourteen years previous to the war. They return
to the business again, hoiiingto share the patron
age of a ecneroas public.' To their old friends
and numerous customers tney would say, Xtomt
and see us," believing that the satisfaction here-
tolore giyen win be a suuicienl guarantee for tne
la. M. LA5IER,
(Late of Lanier, Phillips i Co..)
Wholesale Grocer and Commission
Ni- 30 SOVTII 3IAItKET KTKKET,
r HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM HEW
X York and Baltimore, where I purchased a
new ttock of Groceries, nd am' now opening at
my old stand. No. 39 South Market street, where
I will-be pleased to see my friends and the pub
lic renerallv. I shall endeavor to sell Groceries
at such prices that merchants will find it to their
interest to bur in Nashville Instead of going
farther. Any business entrusted to me will meet
with prompt attention.
, The following articles comprise a, part of my
stock in store nnd receiving;
Choice V. R. Sugar, extra Demerara Sugar,
Fair ta Good Demerara Siurar. Crushed and
Powdered Sugar, Cut Loaf Sugar, Ground and
cV . t i r, iirv c -
Sluart s titra nyrup, wooice nio uouee. i.a
guyra Coffees Old Government Java Coffee;
choice Rice. Wheelinz Nails. Bee Hive Svrup.
HleirSides. Cheeeo. Penner. Race Ginser. Snfte.
Firo Crackers, Star Candles, Soap'. Concentrated
Lye. Indigo, Madder, Durkee's least Powder,
llrnnml Mnstard. PeDDer. SDice. etc.! and a
general stock of Liquors ; Copper and Lead-
all ol wnica win na yoiu low to me traae.
nov25-3m L, II. LANIER.
JOHN : D. JAMES,
Late of tbe arm of Payne, James 4 Co'.,-
' Wholesale rocer, 1
NO. 0 SOUTH MARKER STREET,
TVTOW RECEIVIHO A LAItOE LOX OF GEO
XI cerles, corit&tlng of Flour, Bacon, Sugar,
Wo Bee, etc
Special attention given to tba sale and shipment ot
Uollonana-oiner rrouuee. ucA-hi
LeMOINB & WILLI AM80N;
Office 11 N. Cherry St, near Church
1. d. 'BOX "...NASHVitfjE
TiLANS. SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES
X1- promjly executed. A' variety of Drawings -for
Cottages, Ytuasllot nouses, .uaruena, larta, etc.
to suit all localities end tastes can be seen at thl
.hn'KlrtiriaV.'Geo. S. KinneV. It. 'II. Thompson
.r,,T. Berry, A. J. Duncan, Robert Thompson, and
Jlaj. W. u. tiewis. an iv
S. B. BROWN. - GEO. Fv BROWN.
Late Capt. 4 A. Q. ' Late Chief Clerk Qt M
M., 013. t Dep t.
Si. B. BROWN & SON.
AGENTS FOR THE
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS
, No. ,115 Chnrcii Street,
P. O. BOX! 326 NASnVILLE, TEN
-IT.ATMS FOR BOUNTY. BACK PAY. PEN
J sions, Transportation, (rail and river.) Quar
termaster and uommtssary stores, including
TJOISSKS ANT MU17ES
Tatcn from Tenncsjeans and Kcntuckians, and
used by the United States troops'. Loss of Horses
and, Equipments oi
Officers and Soldiers. in U. S. Service.
Three months Par proDer duo discharged 'offi
cers in. certain cases, and all similar claims.
promptly uucnuou io.
Recent ,act of Congress have increased tha
TinnntiM and Pensions due soldiers or their legal
heirs, in certain cases, and placed colored sol
diers and their heirs on the samo footing as
Correspondents desired in all portions of tho
country. Business sent us by mail will receive
as prompt attention as it nanded us in person
Our charges will be rensonable.
ltEPitnicitnts Mai. Gen. Geo. n. Thomas. U,
S. A.r Gov. Wnt, O. Broirnlow; Hon. A. J,
Fletcher, Secretary of State ofTennessee- Wing,
Tobey & Co., Bankers ; and First National Bant:
of Nashville; and officers generally of the late
volunteer army. novarom
FRENCH BURR MILL
m .riT onrirnr nt? ittt n!!TVPPV
iYX of all descriptions: SteamJEngines. 8aw and
Grist Mills. Hoisting. Screws, .Smut Machines,
Kaltinc- anil Uniting Cloth. Screen Wire. Mill
Picks; Plaster of Paris, always on handland made
to order. AH work sold.by me warn nted. I also
contract rarthe erection ot flouring miiis.
Corner of College and Broaxt Streets,
ENLISTED IN THE U. S. ARMY!
In Tennessee arc Entitled to
EncI), for nil Slnven Mnsfered Into the
A BOARD HAS BEEN RECENTLY AP
f nnlnted bv the Secretary of War to exam
inn and rennrt tn Wehineton unon claims of
inn coaracicr. luoiicuucu, , iuu uvbiu( u
in Nashville, and aas. fitted bp an office.. The
other memoers o tne uouru are expecica uiis
wees and tbe business win commence at once,
Wa hv oanited a Branch Office, in this
city, for the purpose of prosecuting this particu
lar Class 01 Claims. uur jiuusu uaa uccu cu-
gaged for the-past two months in preparing and
Srosecuting these claims before the Missouri and
:entucky Commissioners, and Is familiar with
all the rules and decisions there made, as well as
the most recent rulings of the Secretary War on
tbe subject, ,
We, therefore, offer our services tn Attorneys.
Airents. nnd Claimants, throughout the Stat.
believing we enjoy unusual facilities for serving
them. These Claims will be examined first by
the Board, but final action can only bo taken by
tbe proper Department at Washington.
Our purpose is to attend personally before the
Board in Tennessee, the better to enable us to
serve clients at Washington.
Wit desire one or in ore correspondents In each
Mnnlr. ith whom we will divide fees. And
wa will fuxnba to them all needed blanks arid.
printed instructions, ana Keep mem luiiy in
formed from time to time i f the action of the
. IV. Amtih individual claimants, blanks 'and
full instructions to enable thcin to prepare their
Our Washington House has already a large,
correspondence in the State, but to satisfy those
who may not know -us with regard to our in-tr-rritv
and business canacitr.we zive'a few of our
Louisville and Nashville references, who are all
Widely known in both Kentucky and lennessec.
No. SI Colonnade Buildings.
Tvuitrrntn" HefrTMieeit-J. H. LlndecbeTcer.
Cashier Merchants Disk of KeatneKn'QbO. A.
Lewis, President Tint Nashville BaUb CjjI. L.
T. Thastln, SecraUry Southern Matujl Life Ia
snraneeTJoaipaoy: Joe.T.Toalpklns, Wholesala
McrcbanL.Newcoinu, Buchanan X Co Mhole
sslo Merchanti; R. r3. Dun 4; Co.. Prepnetors
Mercantile Agency; Clen. Bichard y, Johnson.
Nashville Jtefcrcaiies. Thomaa 11. Sample.
Cashier Trad era' Bank of Tennessee: A. G.&in
lonL PrmidEntTIrsr National Bank: J.CLMc.
Crory. Cashier First NatlocaJ Bank; Adsms, Gib
son Co-Wholesale Merchants; Hon. H.I.
Harrison. United States District Attorney: S
Toboy i Co, Bankers; Col. E. P. Ferry, United
States Tax Oinuaissipncrv N. EAtlotray, sj.
a ecu , . .
OPE0m0AT10NS,AND WORKING DRJ
O iNG&made with or without raperihtenda
VU1C9, XIAICSC , ,
JOHStOVSKTOS, i-s . J. Ji.AIClUSS.
W. D. Fultox, .- ..ltEAr.. tU
I I - - I I r I -T I ir 111"! II fT II HMM I III 1M II II ITT IT III! I
' t i v ar . a - i a - . - . niTTii m t r cr wm m a t
t - -jL Ml
Wholesale ;ai4d,.RciaiI t.
Corner Ohrxrch andhfeny StSyl
OX1LCB3 IN,. t . . .
DRUGS, . -
' - ...... i . i
MEDICINES, ... - I.
OHEM1CAIJ5,' -:r '
PAINTS, Oils, ' ' . ;
WINDOW GLASS,1! - ' "
AXfE ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF A LARGE
r and varied . stock, ot. FANOYuGOOBS of
titingit - Bn m?r;jJn manufacture con-
LubTn's Extracts, Fine jjoaps,
nalr. Tooth, and Nail Brushes, ,
Comhs. Toilet Powder
Pomades of almost every variety.
Also, a'large stock of Toilet Sets, comprising
twenty-live different patterns, tbetfncsfassort
ment ever brought to the city.
W hnro n full fni.tr nC T.ol flit T n:i
Coal Oil, White Lead and Zincs, turpentine, and
Window Glass, (all sizes.) Colors In Oil; which
we are o Serine on the most reasnnahln trrtia, .
Brandies. Wines. Whiskies, of he purest qual
ity for medicinal purposes.
brands11 StCk f V?f3 IilT8V2?
Coopers' Sheet and Shred lsinglassi Coxe's Gela
tine i la vorintr Eitracta'Snirfia nf nil kin,l.f
which the attention, of housekeepers is at this
iiuia (uriii;uiar9 inviieu..
ED. WILDER & GO,
- - ' j
1 - 4
-f T7-E HAVE RE3IOYKI) TO OUR NEW
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,
North .Sdo of Main Btrecf,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL.
0KE DO0B SILOB-JTHSCORSXa Of SIXTUV .,
Where wo have opened an,ntirely new stock of
uouiu, ana win ouer io me trade, togeiner wita
DETJ6S AND MEDICINES,
A TaHed aasoTtmont l
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Llqubri, Cigars, andtybaccoj
Comprising the most complete assortment in
one bouse in this country.. All of which we
shall offer at manufacturers', and less than manu
usturers prices. marot diy
Late James II. Green, i Co,
B. S. HAMILTON & GEEEN,
HO. 25 CHUECH STREET,
A RE .NOW RECEIVING, IN ADDIIipN
XV to their present stock-, per steamer Havana,
' 75 hags Coffee, all grades;
75 hogsheads 8 agar:
r ( 1 i - r,o o
aaj uai i viz wuvq onam i ' '
20 barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar
jj narreis uranuiatea angar;
200 barrels choico Flour ;
50 1$ barrels Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel :
100 kits do. . do.v-do. t, . i .
5 drums Codfish;
50 boxes Herrings r '
20 cases Indigo and Madder; -'
10 bags Pepper and Spioj; . .
100 boxes Tobacco;. .
100 doien Buckets and Washboards f
76 boxes Cheeser
50nests Tuba: , ,
50 kegs English Soda ;
25 boxes Hnglish Soda;' - -200
boxes Star and-TaUow Candles; - -100
boxes Soap ; , , . v
0 kegs Syrup, very, choice; ,
100 reams Paper:
60 boxes and half boxes Raisins.-
FIRE CRACKERS AND TORPEDOES
100 boxes Fire Crackers ;
10 boxes Torpedoes.
Snuff, Oysters. SardincsJCanned Fruits. Brandy
Peaches, Pine Apples, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger,
Flasks', Jars; Brooms, Pepper Sauce, Tomato
Catsup, Jellies, etc., etc.
Wealso invito attention-Id our'largest6ckor
Xtqbertaou.oud Bonrbon VIilskles,j
Old Port? Sherry and M&eiraWin'.fChanT-
pagne, urnnuies, num. uin, ana the celebrated
We are constantly replenishing our stock, and
are determined, to sell as low. as any house in the
II. H. HAMILTON L- GREEN,
TsMfcrfTlfB OFrl Fit f1. TO Me TlIRIIflTi
Jj ed'and delivered, frOn? tho Circuit Cilrtvof
Davidson county, xenn., l will expose to public
sale, to the highest bidder, forcasb, at the Court
House door in the city of Nashville, on SAT-
UltilAx, the liM day ot December, lboti, all the
rizhL title, claim, interest and. estate
Jason H. Austin has in. the following described
tract or parcel of land, bounded 'a follows: On
the north by Wm. U. Hogan's and George Rich
lie west by Mrs.
Young's and Banal
Clark's, on the south by J. Roaehe's heirs, on
tho cast by James II alio way and Mrs. Wright
ISO ACRES, more or less: being the land
onwnicn tne said Jason n.Auitin now lives,
IVIICU uu M ujc y.vyi ui set Awuil, cat
isfy said execution in my hands for collection
against Jaraes H. Charlton, Jason H. Austin,
and Thomas A. HarriJ, in favor of George Rich-
l5. R. PATTERSON. Sheriff.
By Jno. II. Bubke, Special Deputy,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ttii-A i .Milt IStl 4 i oi
FANfTY OROCESY STORE.
No. la Xnrmlirrjy Street
EKP CONBTASTLT ON HAND A LABOE
their lliiB- ot ihe
VHBY BKdT QUALITY.
Importers . of Fi e and Qonuin
wixes as :i.iq.uon9,
I -i CUM. ALto, OD.baQrt, tha best
stack of Groceries, lijnorsetc, ) take plea-
nwni -to ourmeaas and cus
tomers aa every wav worthy of thalr cooCdenca and
patronage.- sxitATiva, uukcxjx Jiur.
ORE . BROTHERS
WHOLESALE. ,0,B Q Of.
Agnta for (he aale ef LAUREL HILCSHCET
... . . ...... 1 . 1. i.f, Y
1AU9, Zlepa nlui ana uicuiana jianuzacionDg
f npany'a CQTTpNfTA ItJJ S. atr
S. E. Corner Market1 kai Broad Sts.,
Hare reiprsed ia the above spacl
when tbtriaTe icnUrrei ttciUtles bit tbe si
arna aaxv oi uviwu imu nw bo u v
logIn addltloo to recant tieavy pnrcnaaes In Eastern
markets, looght. tba. extenstro Sloctccf UraTt.
i . .. - i r i ti . ii
Stratton, Cheney X Hoy on moat &verah!a xenos,
they ara prepared loSer to tha trads nanrsal la'
staple xsv FAScr.fmoraiiiEs,
Foreign. andpOoni'-atlr Wlijes
LlquoiB, Etrj, Klc.
Ooae bu jers VTIi'm tHo tbS?fatret to calj,
t Ordars accompaaled with' tha caah w 111 meet pnnspfc
atteatloni - - OllIC BnOTIIKIMIi
Kieemsr Ereal and Alarxei anrtiajaxtaaaiuw
crj< 1 - . rTMS
iudlo Tennessee - Lanil !
FOIL..:SAl;E,f i. ' a
. ,-' . .j'.'isfl
be resides. It is snsceptibjo oreflnvenfent UtVV
juuii. a oxcveuuiaix rica, ana IS a-sprciiaiix
imiiyini iu um-wiv, wne-Dsll ot too tract
H how in lnxurijlnt grass, tho balance la ti
wnien, uy tne am ni mcortnwestera-j
which passes through it, could ba sold!
ville for morathan the whole land .wojald.eaAt- ?
eVer offered for Kale in Davidson counfy, Spplf
atonrek lam determtnctl to sell. '
louer. auo, a large number of ThorpuKli
brrl Xtoek several flno Stallions' from four
to six years old, a few Mnres, ami niinpaS?t-of
oneaad two year old Cults earn ofthein. in
fine condition to be trained the next season. .
If tho Stallions are not sold soon', 'hey will be
farmed on favorable tenns. '
X'nlso offei' foh.salo a pair of TlioroufcU
fared OpIIInffH.welI Kiatehod asd bjktilo
Harness. , "T. . IIARDIA't?..
December d.lSSJ. tf
ThVLoiilsvtllk'CourTer, Augtuta Cowlftulion'
Olist.'Mobile Advertiser and ReartstbiV copy to
tho amount of $3) and forward bills tn tlils.Officii
Gvcat CliMie&ri MiIg
Gen. W. Barrow? Houses and jjotar.
JN PURSUANCE OF-' DECREES OF'THE
Chancery Conrt in thc-.'coasolidated cases of
H. Kendrick and others p, W. Barrow.L wUl
sell'at publicanction, on,tlieremtes, on '
Tlinrsrlny, December -T, XSCO," ' "
the three fine dwelling houses on Cherry .trf,
at and near the corner of Gay street.--These
houses aro well bailL oonveniently located for
businen men. and each honse contains six good
room., besides kitchen, servants' rooms, tie.
ALOjO. the three small dwelling honses In the
rear of the above, on Gay street. Each of these
and two on Line street. Two of tho Summer
street lots front each 35, feet, and ran back 135
feet. Tha other twolfroalcaah 3S feet, and run
baeToTeet'ThelOts' off Line Street fHnt 25
feet each, and run back 71 feet.
THE TERMS of sale of all thwproperty will
be one-fourth cash; and.tb.9 residue on" credits
of six, twelve, eighteen andtwentv-fisur months,
with interest from day of sale. Notes required
with personal security, and lien retained. Sato
free from rfdejugtion j
CO Js U'MB'I A.
T3Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THEHon-
XJkOrablQ.Chanrety Uoun aKOlumfila;"4'en
nesseo, at tho September 1 erm tnereot isoo, m the
case of J. O. Church vs. James M. Harwell, I
will proceed to sell to the highest bidder at the
uonrttDtrase in'tne ipiyn oi oiumpia, on ?aiur-
22d Day or December next,
.Tllatlaluable property known asfho ? K- V
SituiteJn tbe.tovrnof CoIuinbiaMaury county,
Tennessee, cohf ami ng ahoht sivtn aeres bt land,
upon which there is a
' splendid building. ,
And other improvements, will suited for School
purposes; and the same will be sold on a credit of
one, two and three years, -with interest from date.
Except the sum of 88 0 In cash. Tho purchaser
required to execute note with approved security
and a lien, retained for tho purchase maneyj and
will b sold-free from! right of redemption; I
noll-td J. L. WILLIAMS. C. and M.
, H 't. it t n i
150 TOWN LOTS
h On tue.i3Istriny of acembcr;'
Offer at public sole, and continue from. da:
dar until all are sold, all these boautiflil
heretofore reserved and un9old, and which aro
eligibly situated Jorlamilyi residences, an Oimsny
convenient for business houses.
To those who desire a summer residence, or a
delightful dwelling place, this salepresenta great
attractions. The -locality 6T Tnllahoma, with a
population oi lrom, sun to l.mu iqliatiitants.Qn
the Nashville and Chattatifltiga'RaTlraaTl. atitho
terminus of tho McMinnville and Manchester
liaiironu, tn uoneo county, and oil tne table locd
of the Mountain District of Tennessee, is of un
surpassed salubrity and DleBSantnes. All tho
comforts and appliances uf&igh civilisation, of
an oraeriy, wen regulated, moral and religious
and convenient. .
;! THE- IIEIIMS OH SALE
'Are a credit of six or twelve months, except the
sum ot ten percent, to bo paid down on day of
sale. Bend and security required, and n lien on
the lots retained. Maps of the town and of tho
lots for sale to be seen on application to me nt
my nouse in Auuanoma. t
t, -WM. MOORE. Ajrent. J
1 deall-td " Tullahoraa. Tenn.
X1DISOX BTRATTOS, UAUPTO.V J. CHRNRT
BEX J. P. BUT.
STRATTON. CHENEY &R0
ISo. 11 Broatl Ht. IVnHlivillc,
H Grori SwSt&lil Pin
future purchase and sell j., , s
COTTON i- TOBACCO
. av j.
ALL KINDS OF PRQDUCi
j ENTIRELY ON COMMISSION. I
, 1 . rr- . . . . l . - -
rianiers may reiy upon our oeei euoria iu omnia
their Prpdncc. AmLshouIcLour friends favor ns
with orders'for Oroeerlesr tney may rest ajanred
of having eools nnrehased at the LOWEST
lia&ng one. of tbe largest warehouses in the
eity, our faallltles ftr the KTORAOE OF
COTTON ANX TOBACCO UunHrnaaaad by
X. - .1 1 -ZT-L . fb.-a af nirflrY! VT
ROIE, and several kinds orflROX TIES,
whieh we offer on most reasonabTeiterms..
IVe will mnlictlie matter ofRecelvlntr
anil I'oiMvnrillnjr Jooil a .Specialty
In o ii r biiitliieii, and all (ioods eotHign 1 1
aa farRo Stilnment wHl beaeat. uaioflMl ita-
at the Wharfor Depot, promptly forward at tnvl
least expense to tbe owner.
Liberal Advance nimle on Cftti-
alirnmentM. WB iaVloeti 3
If. B. PliUMaiEK & CO.,
FOREION AND DOMESTIC UROCKKo,
Masonic Temple. Chnreh street are receiv
ing the most attractive at 01; of Pino (Iracatiet
nr offered In this market. Come and see a If
you want fresh, clean roods. We have Swnrs.
Coffees, Teas, Plour. Baeon. Smoked and Pickled
J- ish, llominy.Hiee, t-wwtera. oanwasai, xuot.
neese, .liaoearoni, i.eianns, urangoe. uciaiiaa.
Hies. Canned t rnita. utnger i'reaerves, isnaaer I
Preserves. French Preserve. Oysters, Lapem. I
niim. Pinn Annlm. Seedless Raisins. Pis. Cur. I
... Viiini, IlilM I Ml. UaIaJ IVmin W
TlsllTiM, Almonds. Pecans, Fine Candies. Caadi
Tojs, tare Crackers, Torpedoes, etc., etc. jiiji
wny iryin Jjaumeraie, :
We have eve
yon want, rrcee
h. and cheap.
'ore von baW Onlars.fraa
Holiday Goo-la careful fr fillSlrj-
dec7-zw Masonta Temple.
.AKEEOYB- & D0BS0N,.
H. W- COB. CflOROn AND Illfia 8T&, .
Xashrillc - - - Tennessee
ntNS, ELEVATI0X3, SECTIONS, rULL
Xri 8!I-I)Stmi?ra-!lriaBd 3paeiftt fcnitJ
plet and entire, (wfih or wltbtmt aaMnDUaoaece.)
lor nT.rv rlua of XedaalastUal, Unl and Domietli
MoaHntenlSfiSlfllnetl- Olasi, and Polo
iir W t-t wmhwh
-I.N"S 'liA NB.:
ff U -tsttliaf t i. ' .."Mart I-r f s.i n-H
i n i ;
fa r-i.n e ,aiiQ Eii Tie
e new Aarfer. is new onea fiar
...... , .)i!.
A!B NO. Sin NORTH COLLEGE'
NexTJar j arar ofgnonr!,,
- JOSEIUI JW.i
fc." VT. RPaXER,' SreYnry,
John M. HtH, ' Watsanil.'fLoke!
O. A. It. Thompsan. DS'VrUverp
DaaieJ F. Carter, . John IL-Johnsoo.
' Semuel 'anteer. 'John W. Terras.
1U.U. Chealbam. ' . A,Q. Adam.
. Josepn W. Allen.
. dcl--ly - - .
lsegli 0, .Rye, ; "v
l4W-fc3f R A N A N 0B
. jn . i.
. .... t
GEMjkAL fOLDKCTIXC AGEST,(
Office. Martin i Piekard. East Side Public
1 Square, Columbia, Tennessee,
SjPRBPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES ON
Cotton and bMn to the most reliable Commis-
inn ltAn.M it. V . w Vi.lr rlnAl. KT-. f
leans, and Nashville. Orders for COTTON or
oiner rrodueq wui receive prompt attention.
Collections made, andproceeds rsmiUed:
promptly - JOSEPH C. RYE.
Important to Travelers and Shippers'
na BETWEEN "1
A. T 3Li- A.1 N" T I C t
GREAT- ' WESTERN RAILWAY;
i.r.'. .'(BnOAT O'ATJOE) 1
1 Is now In full nnd snccessfut opirttlod ' '
- t"M Ln Yitlt.t tit ATn rsrt- Usialnn,, Ar
And the- only direct routelo the. ,
Oil TtefrloiiH of Peuusylriuiia.
wiuumiuiu 1.1 u ,muo niui
To- .. :m I n V, : .. 1 t r : .: i I T , i
via Seymour, Jon"ersonvllle,and Indianapolis and
Col. Rrallroad. via Trbans ; Louisville and Lex-'
ington and Kentucky Centrat Railroad, via Cin-
. Two Tbrooeh Trnlna Dnllr.
Passengers by the Broad Qaage Railway secure,
vrille and oomfortablo ears, quick time, and sure,
and Steam -
.D. MoLARKN. OenlSnn'tT
W EITT.T.Un fl.n'l Tl.V.t a ...I
r. D.Colk. Passenger Agent, No. 25 Fourth streetl
V M.goiUtEtt-reistit-Ag'nt,J liOBUTUIe, Ky. .
njarll lr , . .
jia-.T, rAor. w. p. iavrsoxn, V,b.ba
. of VTrginia. of Tcnnessoc. . of Alfct
, 'Pace, Lavender '& 'Harper.'
Cotton and Tobaccd Factors.
. i . . .
IITD ' -.-
u . . i i a a .
t General Commission, Merchants,
"No. OO tTnloii Street, "
. ... NEU'ORtE.VNST EA
sapw 3m .
b. q. WEST,
Lewis, Coiniiigore & West,
-Coiixmission Merchants, -
NO 31 WnDIDO STItEET,
And No. 3 WestThirdjtreet. ' 4t
; A. PEEBLES
HAS THE HONOR TO IN
FORM his old iriends and
former patrons, that his services
are at their command, at tho office '
of tno vnlleu NtntcH Wurreyor or Cns
loins, corner or Uroad And Front Nt.
(Botd A pRiRLga' old"0facs, Nashville, Tenn.
novl 2ml i
. J. LUMSDEW & CO., -
HIDES, 'On,S, ' LBATHER,i
Findings, Curriers "Fools,
?2r"9 :?6UTH MARKET STiiEET, o.
- . NANirVITXE. TENNESSEE.
: HYG-IENIC WINE;
THE flUEAT - '
IP-O'JS T E D 1 T djn J
. . . . - ii
T TSKI1 HVTIIK RKSTll. AI TT.TFK'TII WilTTfXTTi
. out Europe: annroved. bv. tho Imperial
School of Medicine. ParB; ehdoned Brthe prmi-
neat memoers oi me American Aieuteai Assoem
tion.at their eaqvention.hekl in Baltimore; May1
1SI, 13W. r
CONTAI.VS NO NPIRITS OP ANT KIND,
NOT INTOXItlATINO IN THE EEAJiT.
It is Tirrtiared la Parts from pureSHiEiyan'd;
admits In its iromiwwillan onlv Tttnir. AiuviTin.
arxi,r sRirvei swoaiancr,
Ladlas. wUI find it a delieieus substitute fee t"
rtrtous tmnm which have an aUhofie body.
Is 1 rare Wlue of most Jettghtfiil flavor. Itl the
pure jrrrcE or a most delicious
GTMPR -It siirpasee in excellence- any tablel
wine inlieountfK, .Used in Eorepo for.aara-'
mMtal Burpi6J. Caureh people are invited to
'fhwe VMaes are aaid by all drupikti;
per l.iWn pBvDLET0N. 1
soplt AeenU. NasbvlUe
. at '
FA IB BACKS'
S T A 2TD.A R D
V"" s vs .. a -wr -?r . sa
OF ALL KltfDS,
ton Beams and Eramos,
"Vrohouso Trucks, ,
Iffr axyat a-a J mm
FAIRBANKS, IIOIE? CCX
12S Walnut street,
, ' CINCINNATI
'VllR IWDBRSIONED HAVE ttr TVtlL
X operation their shop for Manofactariag 8asti,
i , Mldln, Cjralees,. Bwekets,
Washboard and Oateinfs. Door and Window
TtTSf and plain i ManUa Pleee.
eatherboardinr and IToonnir, dressed ready for
use v and, every diaeriptien of wood-work" ood
neetIwitb rxriWlrie. Wo ar a!, prepared to
eoatraet for Dufldtogs entire, or io part, Ws nxva
been athwvy ejpenaehi wosttrina-aadouttlns; np
to merit ad -reeeir the enstoea of a (eneroas
public. tho Soatuero'eoun-
LoeemAlh Sbejvs Kf(thatNaahville aei'ChaUa-
, TURBIVIIiLE t OEOirpP..
MU0i-t 1st ran. Vi.
iaaj '-1 Jnse -
w ytt Ji
Jas. A. McOliire,
3 Union StrcoU
Al WholTOl al IUmI Diaafer
riAX o s, ona a jr&A.i 1.
A iyLL SUPPI.C)NSTAyn,VOHAXt
It.-". - " "4
Sobm4d.t.'and A, II. Ue4 M V. Tw4r; t
Vi'-: ant e A- HBmlAl-rnrft. dm)
Melodeas. e4d. at Farty Brio, wttfe.
Itb. SUH wr-
Mlho beinr tin oWest Mad hmajt m Hwsm
in tho cenniry, tmrebaseM m afwan iKl(S
inmost iw la awegj, rpOPS. BBV
Orders filled wife prosapHses, aid tl
N.R.-Mrj & HAllr. weM-lma-m lU
and PUna. Tuser, aod JUswarar. ' " n"
me. rtapalrlQC of aR. kiausa a VaaaWT llaSia.
menti. dhftd at my hw, i
Inftd at my tttum. atssaiuMi .
. Insmance Agency,
Corner Clicrrj- and UuioivS(H.
Ifnrfori Insnrnnco-Obvj -'CasH-
AWetw. . :.i&jmi(tm
Arctic InsuraHCc Coinpnnj
- -' ' f naa wm. .ua.-t i I'
Cask' Aast. .,nM MM uuJatigaOMti
lVorlli American Iiiurnnce, Cto.
or ST YOK, "
.Cash ASjito.. 7
" ' Col n in bin rrisnrnii'c'iV Co
Cak Gapitel.-,..... ...ai!HijtaO00t
ov Ya,g . 'M
Cash AeKr.'....lA ,:.AMt9MMtt
Security- Insurance Ooniiiniiy
ICMi Atttets. .' V. M'JSQtNl M
! - " iaTJlfcr.JT.' i
Xorthwestcrn Tiirei IiiHurnucc
Company, ; ft.
Casli Assets.... J........,..$l,!t0k0W M
' r OSSBS PRMPTL .ABiTUWBD-ANP
ard involved. .
We offer a medium of safe (Had ivalaal4e la-
dsmnity senMri teBM. . . , ,
restriettonn as ttrave1 w laeXaisW . '
cut: s o 3?:e.
- mtV t
jmj j- ii iij.wjj
JelTerHon, St.. IVortli rVlIu,
ARE. DKHI'XREi) !W XAKX WtaTrRAOfS
fur all work i pint Km at the IhlVwtiig
namedYriees r "
For rubbed ijr.Jrero Sills r tkt. vrwr-m
parneial foot tIrrts
For bosh hammered wetk. So :....JO50'lro
For Flagging. d - 70
For Carbing per ru Being 1 OO
- Tl83m - - -
'Qban'd Tobacco, Facjbrs,
Sfrket .Street, - -'"-WaHhviUe.
"aifE, UNHRjiifiNaD mavi 'tUBbk
X. tne a sure Wareao&M. wm OTiaMIOTi'l
sell Cotton, Tebaeao. Bfteon. Lad. a any otlier
rrouaee. on uemraission. nuto
with their huxinejs may rir a gsitiag tfedyhMi
ost mailcett)rl fer their Prodtase. Oac aums
will be as few as anr boarn la tho nitv MaUU
our old friends favor as with orders fer tifMfrit.
they may rely on ha vine good- wfcoed at Um
lowest market prlees. We wilfi4r or aHeaaaien
toioodsferwanladtoosEVamethar ). Siii
pen may rely oa havinc their smOs ferwriil
prjmptly by lJse.8t trivm - after tfeetrwir-
by those.interested. . .P
lanU HtKJH MfCRBA'fW
. We rspUlly latodue t er old Mo4s
our.suaceasoraJn bnatness, Hataw Mfl0sivJbA.
who contioaa the qgwaaisaUn suet mas .stcstr
stand. No. 28 SuuthMaikvt aMsaat.
Oar own oSe is N. 3 C4e SHrtr wW
wo hops all parti t who weJaJaUad taww wjt
once call and pay their accounts ow (litvafid aM
partfes who have aay eMant aadiast sa wIFpria
sent tham for payraeat, aawarwisti to eteieiuptaur
bufiness at an early day. . . "
janl-ly A. HAMLT1t W.
. XJso tlio 23 owl.! ( .
Tever Fails Always to k PaajaaJul tttjUa.
Nethlne mora reHaMe Ikui liVrley Wiit,
TTMIiL ears A cne and Fever. CMUa
If teraftteEt Perml9J-A. 1
who has tried Uuity'sll ipmjm I
terms of IL As aeuranre vsay il w
and more eartatn Utaa to
fremuaiiwIIUKLKY'S TOMIC. Bv
are III LKY 3 AUUK TOXIC.
Iliirley'a Ntoraneli mttcna,
For D ability. Loss ot Appetite, WaxaksMM. MK-
seHso er i7jmMta. waai i aeuoa aa ISM xwar,
DiMfdered mossaaii. tbv ara a MUais kWt
pUtota. For aala
or ean ha kail at mm Bvaar
eHore la tax UmitW States, or iroaa tka im. ila
UwuTm,Ky., 4rar Rasraastlk aawTTI
staU. U wk,l fdera aawald hajbjaaaaat.
Iliirlry KanuiiinrtllA. ".
Tha seat Hl-l a4 ttHrata adj-
raer Medleine staaiU nanvaW, naaiiasaa fm ta
pnritlea treu th bUe. ami wh MNk and
Unrley'si Popular We'rw Cftadri-'
As this is really a.gpeeMe Sr Wrsa.
' aao, moat paw e (was wtyrn to
ikUDMsuryrwuas; atuasawt mu
oi aii oiaeriirsparauoM I
less, any eatM vni la
Orleatat Pearl Drttpa.
FerBeaatilylngr tba- OnHaf latton
-skin an elegant smesthaes slot eHyj
aay outr. its use aaARf i !4d
tha Bast, rlraa ft a character ttt i
at ones stamps it as taint)? mprhr fecitfe
toilet or a lady.
IaUt- fnkt lokl '
Saatoa'ai (Stacaiaal Wlftssar MaaaV at 1
ii ii ii 1 i i ii ii ii I n i i a an ii aian r miaHtai
bn IatreaeToly aVoat itaysjaa;jL
csraer-tb prAePM m awe wtta mwrwaa
proved, for lala r ZnmasM asui MmctMi
'.RUDDLK & CO.. Praarittoaf.
OrnerSereBlh and Ort aatjlffeeW.
iiarwtiir unierar s
tooih: Blotd Greater,
iannaaalted. and Be ailr to w4W PFsv-
7aWr PnBk'f MedBI