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DiTOKS KD PROPRIETORS.'.
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T iheteteetiMir desired.
All MMraotcatMM shoald. be addressed to
NASH7ILIIE, TENNESSEE, , SATURDAY,
ae MUM M ta JED VUTXTBBSl
, UEccacncu S3, I&CC
Tb Slnto Prlaoncr-Hia HcAlth-The
Capture of Surra tt, nnd the Renewed
Allocation of t'otniilcitj-lathe Aa-
The Fwtresr Monroe oorrwipndent of
the hex lork ?; .thus vnteM
Oriwd &Unlffi( ,tlie chief pajfmaatef of
me ueparuuBBi. nas just rciuroea jretn
Fortress Men roe, tvliere has made an ex
traoruinarr pawneak The recipients of
the gPeeaUickntrfcrc'tLc tfiirtr-ttxth United
States oolored troqpa, consisting of two
hendred aad twenty officer and met;, and
the amount requirwl to discharge the in
debtedness of the government to Hem was
iw par bain eon It for Drejaonths.
the remainder of ftie amount Ibeing'ittb-
mrbed by bwintiea. While Colonel Stan
ton was paying these sable warriors, Jeffer
son Dans, walking the ramparts that hare
o lone been to him the world's boundary,
passed by and glanced curiously at the
scene. At this moment & gentleman took
note of his personal appearance, who lias
not seen him since I860, but who was then
familiar with his form and features, and
his first iraprauion was that Jefferson Da
vis has grown wendronily ojd in these few
years. . l -
His hair has turned to a silvery white,
while Ma prraf grown ensealed, "his laee
hagzar3,'M5iep sievf and uneetiain, hk
wholetpresenco that of onethesandsof whose,
life have almost run out. Daily he mounts
the ramparts, daily he makes the circuit of
the immense fortifications so long his
prison, daily he gathers -what he may of
invigoration from the bracing, healthful air
furgingx tip frora tho ocean between tho
lrgtnia cape, mil daily his lite seems
slipping gradually from his grasp. He
hasu)d,pcitire disease, hols not even ret
ted ly anygajliflg prison restriction fie
scemf et"eaie,'ha no complaints id make
about ins treatmenty and yet his strength
appears to wanfe hla natural ' force day by
day to be abated ; but those moat familiar
withAim raweeenv,to think that heiwill
last as lone within the fort as out of it. ner
haps longer. The great four years strain
upon his energies, and the downfall of his
empire,' sapped the foundations of hii life;
after that it mattered little where or how
he lived. I may add that he has grown
simply indifferent as to the futures he does
not expect liberty, and nevor 'speaks of it
now ; he does not hope for a trial in the
spring, but presumes that the trial -will be
discussed and hinted at as the excuse for
keeping him whore he is. - -The
New York Herald1! corresponpent
nan me joiiowing in regard to Jen. Davis
and the capture of Surratt , K
Ever since the aires? .of .John H. Surratt
and tho statements appeiring in the papers
of his charging the assassination of Presi
dent .Lincoln as having been devised in
Richmond, with the knowledges and sanc
tion of Jeff. Davis, I have been anxiously
awaiting an authoritative expression of
Mr. Davis' opinion regarding tho arrest and
the serious allegations professsed to have
been, made ajraimt him bv the nrlsoner mii.,
posod to have been more conversant with'
the original plotters than any of the con
spiratorR, and next lo Booth, tho assassin,
more deeply implicated In the terrible
tragedy depriving Mr. Lincoln of his life
and the country of a Chief Magistrate,
whose tragic death cast such a deep gloom
overjhe whole country. Mr. Davis, as,!
have been told, expresses gratification S
the'arrest of Surratt. He is gratified be
cause now he sees the war clearer than over
to the establishment pfJhis own innocence
in connection with lbtftleath of Mr. Lin
coln. Even if Uiecantured fugitive pre
fers theaccusotlonMt it1' claimed he will,
he avers that itj.jvUIjba a rety simple and
easy matter to disprove thera, land his anxie
ty In regard to tho result has this depth
and compass and no more the desir? or an
earlyrtjTpprtunity, to meet and' xofuto the
Whatever of criminality may attach to
him as the head and front of the late re
been to his country in his official acts as
the chosen chief of the Confederacy, lie is
willing an impartial jury shall determine,
and if ho is proven a traitor and meriting
a traitor's doom, ho is willing to pay the
penalty by liis death; for then the knowl
edge' of the motives prompting to his course
and wiens tibi corucia recti will sustain him.
The penalty of defeat In a great straggle of
a great people for a great principle he would
cheerfully pay, and though fudged by the
standard of sober discretion his course may
have been premature and ill-advised, and
though tried by tho technical tests of the
law, ho may be adjudged guilty of treason,
there would vet be somethine of clorv In
such a fate; but every feeling of hfi nature
revolts at assassination, and particularly of
8ch,a,man as Mr. Lincoln, who, although
his opponent In a contest of arms, lie re
spected for hla integrity, high magnanimity
of character and sincere and Unyielding
dovotiontto what ho considered right All
this m relates to the capture of Surratt and
tho interests acd destiny of Mr. Davis as
iuvolved in the case, and particularly the
expressed gratification of the latter at the.
arrest, docs not much favor the theory of
Mr. Davis implication in the murder of
Mn Lincoln. Disregarding his own ai
sertions; his friends feel confident that if
Snrratt docs attempt to shoulder the assas
sination plot on him, a rigid investigation
will Bhow the charge as groundless ai that
attempted by the alleged perjurer Conover
and his tools before the special in vestigation
committee ol tho last Congress. Conclud
ing; this topic, I will therefore add that the
capture of Surratt has not diminished the
appetite of Jeff, Davis; that his sleep has
been none the less on account of it; tliat he
maintains the same even tenor of mind and
spirits, and is as cordial and social rut ever
toward the officers of the fort and viu'ting
friends daily calling to Bee him.
The following Is Maximilian's nia'nfresto,
of which mention has "been made' In our
Mexicans Events of great magnitude
in connection with the welfare of your coun
try, which were aggravated by domestic
misfortunes, produced in our minds the
conviction that we ought to return to yon
the ower which rod Jiad conferred upon
us, but our councils and Ministers of State
convoked by us, have deemed that'thc wel
fare of Mexico still demanded our perma
nency in power, and we have considered it
our duty to accede to their representations,
at the time apprising them of our intention
to call together a National Congress, on the
amplest and mot liberal basis, in which all
parties arc to participate, and this will de
termine if tho empire is to continue for the
future, and on it being so decided, to aid in
the formation oflaws virtually necessary for
the consolidation of the public institutions
of this country.
To this end our Councils arc now occupied
in submitting to us proper measures at the
same time, in order that all parties may as
sent to the earning to an arrangement on
In the meantime, Mexicans, relying on
all of"you, without exclusion of political
tendencies, we will do our utmost to follow
up wi)h (xKirage.ind cqosUdqt the task of
regeneration which yen have conferred up
on your compatriot. MAxntrtUH.
ObiiIBA, 10th December, 1660.
Indiana School Statistics. From the
December numbor of the Jfana School
Jewnal wo gather the following educational
rtatutlcs or Hurt State fer-tli6 present year :
The whel(suher of children, between tho
sgesofaixajdtWtotyne, is 550,778; school
districts, 8,8Waiiscta in-whleh schools
were taught within the year. 8,16$: pupil
fUteadlng pnmsjj school M714; attend
ing Ugh school, 10W ; number if tetch-
?fted' MJPed for tuition,
31.OSA440; who! hetot built within the
Zfhfil'l ,oUl luc of rehool property.
fiSjfrsit total I number of school houseV
8,231; nninberf.r private school 2.026.
30BiIfA??OK dti received,
principally through private sources, of the
BCcumulsUofl ,B the British Provinces on
aatUUe Roods which iave been imported
at places in eleee proximity to the bound.
"T l PurPWtf running them
aw the border tod evading the payment
of duties. Itisaleo known that more ex
pensive aod powerful combinations for
carrying on the sttngglinf bSfeness have
TH 'lu? , T,o wunteraet their
bWo;U addltiosal legislation is secesurvio
8ble the casioaK-.authorlties to act'efftct-irlj-iatheaattr.
, '..'fa i .
Cltlzeuii neleoited nt lxln-ton"tJiiI-ted
States Troops Stationed Tlicre
Bumorsd Destruction or Rlebntond,
Kay Count-, bjr HIUtln-A Sewspn
por Suppressed! " ' " 1 ' ' '
Ootrepoa4BC of tietStitintuil; Comtaeri4l.
bX LOCIS, Dec 19. Alllhe citisens ar-
TNted jit Lexington, by the militia stationed!
there.iliave been relcasoS
TwoiCompanies of United States Vegtr
lira, irem rorl heaven worth, came down
on the express train to varrensbure, ves
teniav. ana icii lor lexintrton si once.
A St. Joseph's teleeram, of 5'esterdav's
date, sars there is a rumor in (own to-nieht.
njruiK luni a, uimuunjr iizu .OVvurrDU pe
twecn the militia and onuaws at Kicli
1UUUU. U J WUUt.a MUU 4.AIV JV kUIIiMl
liad destroyed the -town. No particulars
are lurmsued. . r
Notices are posted un calline for volun
ttert for the three months militia service. Tt
IS Pro'poseu (o organize one company here.
The story about the burnine"bf Rich
raond is to-day contradicted.
General Grant has referred narties who
solicited iiis interierence in the Uoverhors
proceedings, to General Hancock.
To the Western Assoetated Press.
St. Louis. Dec 19. Tho Demaprat'n
Jefferson City special says a delegation of
OevT r leteter that tlie lawi will-hereafter
oe promptly entorced in tltatfcotfntv. The
delegaUon gives a solemn pledge that all
parues win nenceionn unite to that end,
Under this assurance the Governor has nr.
dered the troops designed Jbr Jackson county
to be sent to Laiayeite, :f i
Over two hundred companies have of
fered their services under th
Colonel Montgomery's official retwirt re
iterates the former account of lhe fldit t
Lexington, and adds that a delegation of
yviiow itHUVQ riUU 1CIUIUCU XhCUCi HU1UICH!
offered their assistance, on condition that
all bushwhackers and desperadoes in the
county shall be exterminated.
The Missouri Freeman, published- at
(nuuiivuuj ajr uuuuir, iiaving pnuiisneu
aa article instigating the people to violence
anoJ resistance to the State' authorities,
Montgomery sent a squad cf militia to
arrest the editor and destroy the press,
which was done. One of the editors was
brought to Lexington, and Loldly stated
that he wrote the article in question' pre
meditatedly, for the purpose of arousing
(he 'people nnd banding them together to
resist and defy the lawful authorities of the
A Heelionicnk Trlainplu
Ad invention of a similar labor-savins
1iil..iu...1ll!. Il .P
bUMuviu viu ivauiiuu in uiuiuujB practi
cal benefits to the people, or haB come into
such general use as that wonderfully simple
piece of mechanism the sewing machine.
What. could wo do without it? "Where
would we now find hands enough to ac
complish" the labor -which these busy work
ers are doing? These are questions which
dctermino the usefulness of an invention,
and by them we may guage the importance
of sewing machines. The hietory of this
discovery is full of interest. As early as
1830, an ingenious and prolific inventor,
named "Walter Hunt, ortfew York, in?"
ventod the first machine that was pf any,
practicable value for sewing. Beirig'of a'
rather indolent disposition, and disinclined
to undertake the labor of introducing so
novel an invention into general, .use, he
neglected to patent his discovery, and sold
tho right to manufacture such machines to
a Mr. Arrowsmith, who, however, neglect
ed to test tho practical value of his pur
chase or to secure it by patent.
Six years elapsed before any further ac
tion was taken townrd tlin i
sewing machines, and hen, on the 12th of
.reoruary, mrz, the first American patent"
was jF100 10 Jonn J- Ureenongh, or
Tho next recorded attemnt t an nnnlirei.
lion of tho idea was made and patented Jjyii
ftenjamln. W. Bonn, of New- York. In Jhe'l
same year (,ii; a sewing machine was
patented br George R. Corlies, of Green-,
wich, New York, but no one seems to know
much about it, an evidence that its practi-!
cal value was small. Those abortive stJ
temps had tho effect, however, of calling,
the attention of inventors to the snbieel of!
sewing machines, and on tho 10th of Sep
tember. 184(1. TTnEra T r ru '
C",-, 1 " I , ----.v ... u yjaiu-,
bridge, Massachusetts, patented, the first!
sewing macnine capame ot being improved)
so as to be, adapted to general just
Although tho machine patented by Mr.j
Howe would now bo considered wortli1m.i
if compared, -with the more recent inven.'
ttons of others, yet he stands at the door of
tho sowing machine business, ns ft von
nhd levies a tax of one dollar on each' fin-
ishod machine in which the principles he'
invented are used. A fortune closely ap--proaching
two million dollars has thus
been accumulated by Mr. Howe a verv,
fair return, considering the fact that the
Howe machine has been, leil far behind by
those whoso subsequent inventions have)
effected a revolution in the
clothing, shirts, caps, boots, shoes, em
broidery, and house-furnishing goods.
The utility of a sewing machine for
family use depends upon its adaptability to
tho greatest variety of work,' and this ar
ticle would be incomplete, it after tracing
tho rise and progress of the id(, we should
fail to point out from among the many va
rieties the one that comes nearest in nprfv.
tion and combines the greatest number ofi
uneiui quaimes. r or certain kinds of worlf
there may be machines more peculiarly!!
adapted than others ; but for all tho num
berless ,rcnirementsof a family. w.o unhesi'
talingly pronounce the smoothly, silently,
and.swifUv running Q rover fcBaker raa
chineithefbest ?? V .
One great advantage is, that the thread
is drawn direct from the spools, and re
quires no previous wlrffling on shuttles;
and tho simplicity of all its parts and the
easy adjustment of needle, thread and
work, makes it more readilv comnrehen-
sible to the learner than we have yet seen.
AnotUerUmportnnt fact is that 'tliey per
iorm, wiuioiu any alteration ot tue adjust
ment, a much greater variety of work than
is possible on others. We mieht 'thus
enumerate quality after quality in our own
way, but we think we do the inventors and
makers full justlcc.jand .at'the SsmV time
relate our experience in terms wliich there
is no mistaking, when we Bay thathe Gror
vcr & Baker machine may be chosen" as tho
best, simplest, and most reliable sewing
machine in the market.
The trade in these necessities, which
have now become so indispensable, is as
suming gigantic proportions. GrOver &
Baker alone send many thonsah'ds to for
eign markets, and this popularity abroad
is an evidence of their merit and superiori
ty. American sewing machines are used
all over the world, and, like American
pianos, have furnished the principles
which have bten adopted by a great ma
jority of foreign manufacturers. Kra
The following are th6 reasons given by
the Arkansas Legislature for rejecting the
Arkansas docs not know 'that th amend
ment was adopted by such a Congress &s
the constitution provides or, one third of
the States being unrepresented in it. Sec
ondlyIt was never submitted to the
President for sanction as the constitution
requires. Thirdly The enormous power
it seeks to. give Congress would virtually
abolish all local and domestic State laws.
Fourthly It seeks to force negroc suffrage
on the States aft shown in tho second sec
tion, while the fifth and third sections dis
franchise the wisestasd best citizens ef the
Stale, 'who haviug performed all the condi
tions of surrender and general amnesty,
arc entitled .to, restomtiOQ ; to nbe: status
they held before the war, and there are no
reasons for believing its adoption would se
cure restoration. The committee, recom
mend a quiet and dignified course of en
durance, rather than purchase restoration
at a Baerificej&f.the principle of jclf-respect.
How' to Hitir Preedmen. The Fk
cywir; -noticing thc-caUs for meetings of
planters in Mississippi and elsewhere to
consult as to tho best .sort of contracts to
make with freedmes, makes this sugges
tion: MVt ak JboM In tak tlmusnal free
State rflari HrTthen ef all fcotc'rl I'll
hire yoa by the' month or week at so much,
feed Vqa alone so loATyd,fita,with mc;
and discharge yoa whenever joa &il to do
gjd work pay you cvh deyn at the end
of yoBrmonth.' ' '
From the Beston Joamal.
' Our new health espionage is bringing to J
light 6omeuueer things. TJie common can- j
n6t altogether toothsome nor iwholesome,
if recent investigations are to bo believed.
The adulteration of sugar candies and,
SDices is a trade larsrelr and re?nlrlv car-
ried on in this city, Tnstead of plaster.
wliich till latelv entered so Israel v into the
manufacture of confectionery, in place of
eugar, a new article has been discovered
called &rhyii, or "white earth. ' ItcomeJ
from Ireland, and costs by the barrel one
and a half cents per pound, while loaf
snpar coats about seventeen cenls. The
'todies of candies, the roatinjr of almonds
and lozenges, are made from this earthy
material, it is whiter than Dlasterand
jfi very inuch used in the adulteration of
flpur used in this market A elue. paint
ahd 'tjU manufacturer of New York ha
snt round liu annual circular, which X
i , t
nave seen, io uie principal comectioners.
Luiug aiicuiiuM y a uvau .arrival ui .luis
white cartlu 1 have seen an ounce of lozen
,ges, dissolved in -water, in which two-thirds
oi an ounce was of terra alba, and not
particle of suear in the lot-
The common method of flavorinz can
dies, almonds, sugar plums, etc., is with
ileutenousuhstancos. Thi.pineapple fla
frcmfaseslcf jwhlsh iiro !y?ryf rwiaeflbn!.-
Hitter almond Oitv&r is made froiu. nrussic
kiu unouuiieraieu. jrine appie uavor is
obtained from rotten cheese, very rotten,
iuiu micic aciu.
Gum arable for nure sum drons is costl v.
poisonous;- v 'sxsirk
In pure candy, cochineal is used to color
red, and saffron for the yellow. But in the
common candies, poisonous coloring is put
the same that is used to color wines anc
liquors. One of the most common is "car
lot," into which arsenic largely enters.. - A,
few grains of the substance will col or a cask
f wine. Licorice drops for the "trade" are
maae ot poor brown sugar, blue and lamp-
1. la -1. ! 1 i. ' -..
Viae, uuvyreu.-H-un licorice, Anaaor mej
packed'-and sent-west'lo be putlTp in boxes
w Buunjuwaatseii oi wmcn irom seventy
five to ninety per cent, is terra alba. This
material enters largely into the common
cnocoiate and spices. Much ot the cream
of tartar used ibr bread is made of terra
4lba and tartaric acid.
Petitions arobeinir. circulated in Wor.
fester county, 'Massachusetts, and in other
parts of the State, pravine the Leeislature
not to ratify the constitutional amendment
on'thVeroflrid Taincipally;)f "tSedanger.
JojtKSllbe'ties offihe peoplo frora concede
irifTo aufSutei'.' as islonein.th'e aecond?
representation and the elective franchise."
NASHVILLE & DECATUR
Qreat Central All Bail Route
TUIENASttViLLE AND DECATUR RAIL
iL 'rosd'Compftnr has made- arrnnftments with
tho Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company
by which passeog-ers go
prhroocji to MemiiUwttliout Chnnjre
iDnlr one change between Nashville and Mobile
or" New Orleans. By any Mher Route
mere are xwo.
plnilid SlecpiDff Cars on
all JVijrlit Trains.
TaabcoH Depress TBiisT.eoves Nashville
iDally at .9:31) tt X.
Arrive) at Decatur at -
3U A. M,
.Connects wllk Slotnphis and CHarIeston 'Rail
5-0 ad for HudUtIUo, JMempbU, Mbbllo, Net
rieana, ana aiiimcnncaiate ptlnti.
JreareS Decatur at &55 x. if.
Arrives at Nashville at- .-...ll;5S a. r.
!NashviUe Jtailroad. fer all points Ewt. North
points on those hnes.
Freight nnd Aceominodatton, Dnilr
Leaves Nashville at--.-.. 7:25 jl. v.
Arrives at Decatur nt. ..-...,, EJX) r. v.
Colombia Accommodation Train,
ialIjY except Kandnva.
Leave Columbia at 7J5x- u
Arrives at Nashville at ................lftOO a. M
Leaves fiaihrillo at ...... 3:00 p. M
Arrives at Columbia at 5:45 p.
BnsrffOBo Clieckcd Througti.
FARK AS AS TIIE tOWEST.
and Chureh streets, and at the Broad Street
uepei, n asnviije, xennesoee.
aoy29 Ueneral SupcrJntendonU.
Nashville and Chattanooga
CIIAIVGE OF TI3IE.
Off 10E or Qksksil SorJattSTKsptjfT.
. I- ( 1 i XT t. X' il. 11
Nashville, Tenn..-Nov.ai. 116.
rS AND' AFTER 'TUESDAY: Sov. ar.
VjF 1SSO, and until further notice. Passenger
trains will run as followi :
Naslivllle anil Chnttnuoofm Idnc.
Lave Nashvllie for Chattanooga and all
ppihu South. at&30 a. h. and 8:30 r. v. Arrive at
Chattanooga at 20 t. m. and &00 a. u. next
day. Returning;, leave Chattanooga at 8:00 T.
u. and 240 a. xu Aniva at Nashville at 4.-00
a. x.and U0i..iL Beit day.
All trains connect at Wartrace ibr Shelbyrille.
gust.nrvit.Lxr. AoconvoDmos Leave War
trace at laiO r. K. and 830 h. Arrive atSheW
byvllle at li50 r. v. and 9:13 x. ji. Loaro Shot
bovillo7:2U a.m. and HKr. a. Arrive at War
trace at &Ui x. it. and 11:15 p. Jl.
FARE TO NEW QRLEAS .
. XG OO
Close connections made at Stevenson and Chat
tanooga for all cities Kast and South.
Sleeping cars on 11 Night Passenger trains.
A'aahYiMn and IVorUitVMtern IJno.
Exraiss PiSsxxpBsLeaves Nashville for
Johnson villa, and all points West and Northwest,
at 400 xi v. Returning, arrives St Nashville at
JohnsonvlUe, with the Cairo and Johnsonville
Paoketa without fa.il.
Rerths and Meals FREE on Steamers con
neetlnrwith N. and N. W. Railroad.
Passengers br this route save expense of
geepipg Car and Meals between Nashville and
JHr Trains atop at all Intermediate points. .
Precoro UekeUat II C-Jaokton's opposite Bi.
Cloud Hotel, orat the Chattanooga Despot.
V. I 1K.VES, Gin1! Sun't!
r w N. t a and N. W. R. R
J.TT. BROWN, Gen'l Pass Agent,
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS
AtiAIAST T11K COVEItJIIttESr.
pCRSONS HAVINO C1AIM3 FOR COTTON
I limn. Wood -Laiw Iron or M. rchiodl,
Ufcra arpurehawdVy (be United States and not paid
?!,J mechanles and laborers who har
fell.! tj rSsettt compensation for wrrlix rtndtred
-lJ'ft wH M-rslI do at nt our race,
29 t 'lse-rri Si reek
ItOW'AHD & PTKLKOT,
a1Uta-p Attorney nj CUlo Agtnta
' Xasbvllle Female Acndcmr.
4MHETlNfl OF THB STOCKHOLDERS
.r lJ'.eA(KWu!. Ftmale Academy will b
iLSl10 nhdayofJanuiw. lWT.at
Jh VJ3te .Of Judge Uuuts. in tba Courthouse,
fTrfSSJPn??w 01 Iting Seven Trustocs.,for
vf. K ELLTSTON, President
Board of Trustees.
For Rout for 1867.
VjALTIAELF STORE HODSBS, N03. 6AND
; - 01road street. wBIL rented to a good ten
ant nr enejoar er fer a term of years, on rea
aonable terms. ApHy to
. ... -A, HAMILTON. "
eieiias peen invented otrlhemost
To take effect on and afler ThuwJay,
XTaiini on mo .c i. . k. k
1'KOM 10 TO 25 PER CENT. SAVED
r ii-Tisa rocs cobr at iHr
SO. 15 DSIOX STHEGT.'
f pHK POPLE OF NASHVILLE AND TOK.
.i JS.5JS5S.'?n?.nDt7 wU1 " in mlod,
the NKWTOKK STOKE 1 now rtcelticr and own'
lag new and rery attracUte stock pf j . i
Staple and Fancy Drygooris;
MOTtOKS, KTt KTP., .
VUich has been bonzht tr n..h in tt
&utrn joTkeU,anJ will U t-ff.rad at, tto.Tsrj'.
The itock consljtsln part of
Black Silks, all prices;
Colored Bilks, all shades and prta ;
Moire Antique, all colors;,, '
lift Engliih and Germia'poplias:-.
uugiuM moat reuco merinos; . .
EmpreM Cloths, all coiorT; '
tsdles" Sacking Cloths t
Fine White and Black Alpacas, 1
Lujtrw, all colors
yt and all Wool Plaidi, all colors
AUWooirianoels, all colors; U. .
54, M, 7-4, U, 'IfeHtU SheetiDjn
Table Linens, TowbIsj and Jfapklns ;
All grades Irljh Linens
A fu I assortment of 'hlt rinn.!al.
rllei' nd Children' Hosiery and OIbtcs ,
.Common and french-Knibroidered Corsets;
Duplex Elliptic Hoop Skirts i
Ladles Shawlj, Cloaks, ad Soataet ;
Ribbons, Trimmings, A Faucr Goods:
And many other Goods too numerous to menUon.
EnrmDer the place NEW YORK STORE. Wo.
IS Union Street, (Levy Jfc Co.'s old stand.)
oct"-?1" U. FKADTKtitn.
Vm. Lipscomb vs. S. E. Jones and"btliersl4
IN PURSUANCE ' OF DECREE OF THE
Cnancerv Court nt NajhvillA in ahnvn nmi
cause. I will sell, at the Court House at Nash
fintnrdny, Jonnarj' 5, J867, '
The tract of Land in thn RmvihiI Ttirl nf Tt..
vidsOD. conntv. contnlnlnp nM-tvt lrnnim'ii.J
Win. rV. " IT.:. l. J . ..Ti iTT'lo.-n I ".n
'oii lTuaooiu ill ooo ay 11 .
LiDSComb to C. K. Barnes: and hv him after-
Wards to S. E. Jones. ...
TERMS OF SALK-Creditiorsixand twelve"
months, without interest. Notes required with
two cood securities, and lien retained. Sale free
Jno. P. PeKrainys. Jno. E. Laffirr and
TN PURSUANCE 0Ft A DECREE OF TIIE
A.,Cn7,neerT Coort, in the above named cause, I,
will sell nt pdbhe-nue.!ou. at tho Court House, on 1
Sntnrdny, January 5,, 1807,
T.nl. V TA .,1 -1 T . .. i , .... .
S"" s .."5iors Auuiuon 10.
tugcueia. cacn ironuns oO feet on Bmiley street,
and running back 170 foot to an alley.
TERMS OF SALE Credits tof siiahd twelro
months, with interest from day of sale Jiotes
required with approved security, and lien re-
uineu. oao ireo ironx redemption.
MORTON Bn UOAVaIiL. C. and &!
pilen Desha vb. Tlios. Russell and others,
ITN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
X Chancery Court in thin ens a t m on .t.
public .anction, at the Court Homo at Nash-
Ratardoy, Jonnnry 5, 1RB7.
A tract Of about 75 nprnc nf f.nnI Itrlnir ,-IU.
Nolensvdle Turnpike, about twelve miles from
Nashville. This is the same land formerly sold
by Sam'l Kimbro to Thomas Russell, and his
uuuu mt uuo is recorueu m me itegisier omee.
TERMS OPRALR fi!r nnnl),.' ltl,.
but ihterest. Hate required, with two good secn-
rltiesj and Hen retnitiAil. R.T t-aa
William Hagar vs. Thomas Y, Northern
IN, PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
, Chancery CoUrtln this ease, I will sell at pub-
.v iuuiuh. a ,uvwub jiouse ai nusariiie: on
Natardny, January 5. '
A tract of Land on Suggs' Creek. near tho 'Wil-
ruu tuuui iuid, uujuiuiug ino lawu OI IV m.
iiagar. ana containing noout sixty acres.
Tr:RMS OF SALE Six and twelre. months'
credit, with interest from dav nf KnlM
required with i approved securitr.- and lien re-
MORTON B. HOWELL. 0. and M
decl5-td -j , - .
Jennie S. FlemirijrYS.1!. D. Uidcev ni
IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court in this cms. r-nMltir h.
uonrt Housa at rasbrille, on r is
Saturday, January- 5, IgOT. ;'
ThS two Houses and Lotn. Nbs. and 31,-on Mo-
iicuiorosireut, uemeen union ana ueaarstreetSi
unuuu uyyonnio o-nnu JWXi Fleming.
TERMS OF SALE Six. twelve and eighteen
months' credit, without interest. Notes required
wiui approved security, and llenretaln?d. Sale
free from redemption.
ON B. HOWELL. C. and M.
pLelitia J. Haras, Aflm'r'j,' ys. Robert Har
ris and others.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
cause, I will sell, at the Court House at Nash-
Saturday, Januorr O. 1807.
A tract of 270 acres of Land, about nine miles
from. Nashville, on the Nnlnrrlll Tnrnnilr.
Road, being the same purchased by B. D.JUar-
ra. aeceaseu, irom mn. iieuncxa Urowa.
Also, about 63 acres of land, adjoining the
former residence of B. D. Harris, deceased,
about four miles from Nashville.
Those lands Will be, sub-divided to suit .pur
chasers. TERMS OF SALE-One-fourth cash, and thtf
residue on credits of six, twelve, eighteen nnd,
twentr-four months, wilhont Interact Iffii.
(requireawiin approvea socurity, ana lien re
isiuca. oaie ixbs irom reaemptton.
, . . -ilOBlON HOWELL, 0. and-M.
Sale of "Valuable Lands.
David C. L6re etals. ri Afex. Jtfatthews et oJs.
offer at Public Sale, at the south end of the
Court House, in Nashville, on SATimnA V tH
5th day of January. 1807. a certain tract or par
cel, of land belonging to the estate tof Amelia
Being Lot No. 10 in the plan of the divhfon'of
Anarew lasueman- ianus, situated about
miles frotn Nashville, and near the Hillsboro
Turnnke Road.". Rud Land i nnlmnmriul. Ki
fertilo and heavily timbered, and contains
TERMS One-third caso. ani thelalance on
a credit oronoand two years', with interest from
day of sale. Notes with personal security re-
quu-ou ior me unpam purcuase-mnnoy. and lien
retained. P. L. NIcaoL, Clerk,
DR. L. L. OOLEMAN
HAS REJftlVED EROM CHERRY STREET
tOo. SJO ednler'of Chtirch and A?rTj-
mor streets, whare all who may desire his ler-v
....UhMjAt.H f J
1 ivc wt n & u jtiviou uuv Mim ata. .
Dr. Coleman has, in' connection with his office,
a neat and elegant Drug Store, containing a well
selected stoesr of
DRUQS, MEDICINES, EERFCJIEIiYf
And other articles tisuatl Lept In such estab
lishments, which he offers at the lowest cash
prices. The (lands are freoh ami genuine.
. .MR. CHARLES B, RIST1NE, wmerlyBoolc-
xectjer ana rrescriplionUt. at the Drug Store-of
1 " vo.. u wi;n nr. u., ana will
take pleasure in waiting upon .his numerous
Preoptions promptly And sccurately com
ponnded at ail hours. . , deaS-tf
Look Out for Breakers,!
ONE ANIALL !
T0N1 YOU SEE THAT WE ARE SUR
XJ rounded by fast Men, Fast Hones. Fast
KoLxlTood AcctdtuU and Innumtrakir Smaih-wit
Then is it not POLICY to take ont .irP
AUailtaT 1ASUKA5CE J'OIJtCY,
wh!ehuaranteeata thausnred $3,000 incase
of death caujed by any kind of an accident, or
in caseof injury,
25.00 per Weelc
comcensjdion for a ceriod not to ezeeni innir.
eixfweeks for anyone injury Such a Polrff eW
Southern Life Insurance Co.,
it unodajSM; two daya.
jar days $U Oft fifi days
thirteen dirl'Sl t) TiO.on
days $S SO; twenty days $fl& Umtrdayt $6 Ott,
two months $9 0CC threa monOu 112 ); twelve
months 2S tXl Ail of theabora-mestionml Pnl-
' Icies and-Ticket can be secured at a tn&mmt's
notice from; any Rsilrosd Xictet OSes in th
city, or of any of the prtscipakdtailroad Xtcistt
Offices tbrtaghout the ntir3onth. Also at Nat
6 North Cherry Street. N ash ville. Tenn- offics of
, . AFiLJSK&.EKBJRIK. .
I dec)3-3m QcttU Agent SL. Ins. (o.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING QUALI
Bed as Admlnutrater or tho Estate of F.
AchttebAedeceued, heufcy tiaes JijtSEj
indebted iftffo EstaU tovms rward.ac3 let
tts. and parties hav1remaaaiiitWeSwt
will preseat them farpsytnent. " '
dceU-iw - F. ATIENEK. Adm'r.
.net r !
ILLOWINO TIOWTJ HVT-
idenae of its medicinal virtnn. on, I im it in
your own family circle:
Afr. t<ffari. Wilder. Gtu:
i Dear Sir: I have examined your Stomach Bit
ters carefully, and find it what you represent it
to Tho niga. order which tiio ingredientj
Sola? into it take in the Materia Medico, as well
as the most happy proportioned combination of
substances, make your Bitters far superior to any
similar preparation in. the country. The fact
thatyou use only the purest Bourbon Whisky
must necessarily recommend your "Bitters in
another point, especially as far as wholesome
ne$j and palatability are taken into considera
tion. I was well pleased to fed in your estab
lishment the process of manufacturing your
Bitters carried on hv wnTof ilienliwemmt w),;T
not oniy gives you n oeiter product, but .also
ivcummuHuj lisen ny clearer operation.
' KM IE SCHKPPER.
. i. .. .... APotiiecaryandChemisU
iKuisjiue,epi.s,!j'j. H,m -
1U . .
t . 'is
JJJuard VKlder; OHtf ?'
i P.ear Bir: My wife mid' child have bten suffer
ing wr several months from indigestion. My
banpy to state that my child, now four months
Old, who has not had a voluntary action since
ta birtn, is enUrel restoacd. and my- wife is
buoying the best of health. nA un nkn
inmlling to be without a bottle of your Bitters
iii iu uuuc, iu sue nays 11 11 mo most strength
ening and appetizing tonic that can be nsed. and
ihatnp house ought to be;withont iti.and feel
t due to the public to make known tho wonder
ful COod it has nerfnrmM in Ttitr Ukr.aa,l,i . n.l
,.. :i ' Ti t J"""" I?"
""o in.vuimcuu iu uso in every lamily
, I regain yours respectfully.
: 'P.M stvivn
f T;.,.0i.RraA?:lr.,iI2F,Co '213 Main street,
it mi. strati
. . Unfit"- -e.r.. ii
i iavaf-4. w.vi
V s"" ."" JT . :
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' Roce HwKsri'MsADB Coo-ntv; Ky.
' -Oetober21, 1SJ3. j
Mr. Edward JTlder,oiUt!ilet&Vi,?
" Dear SIrVflalkefDieaaurein savinsr tHal'T m
Suffering: from Ague and Fever, or Chills and
JFeyer, for several months, when I was advised
by a friend to tryour amods Stomach Bitters,
(stored. . It not only imparts new vigor., but it is
truly the best .strengthening and appetizing
'tonic, at the same time pleasant, to the taste, I
shave ever known used or afforded to thepuplior
jand l wouldsay to allthosa sUaitarly afflicted
that if they would be cured and have tie disease
;' I remain yours respectfully.
'. a ,i ifin tit-.- :
: --QsWt.tB1!KTf October 12,.ISf)fi.I
t.-Oei rSfi V , u
, I was a good deaPafilicted wljh Indigestion,
and occasional attacks of Dyspepsia. I was ad
vised to use your Bitters. I scarcely used one
Dome wuen 1 101c renei. ana trom too use or toe
Bitters, though -nearly sixty-seven years of ago,
feel tho same energy and vivacity and cheerful
spirits of a,boy of twenty-five. Your Bitters are
a pleasant tonto ana cordial, and as t boy are pre
nared from nura inirredientj unit tranA nM Tlnnr.
bon Whisky, I can safely endorse their use to ail
afflicted as I was. 'I would say to such persons.
KeeD your minds easy, vour hncrAlg nnn vnni--
' neau. cool, Troar reet warm,- and use Wilder's
tsiiiers, ana never nuna me Lioctor.
Respectful!. J. C. .BUCKLES.
- "Old Reliable" Acenf Erie R. B
. 1.-' '.
. " -T-Ce'' 'I t ! ii.
" n frri1viL'rj.cuREHB
DSEEPSIAV ; 'J --' -
; ' ."fcndallipea8Vf
? 1 r
.: and FTr.and A jno.
j; And all' periodical'dWrdergV It will gltfe Im'me
" uiate relief in "
OOLIO AND FBUX.
If will euro COSTrVENESS. It is a mild and
dclkhtful lnyinorant for Je!lrjit Fem.t.i Te l.1
a safe Antl-Billlons Alteratira unil TnnU fr.1
iiuuujr i.uipwo?. 11 u poweriui xecupenint
alter tne trame naj been debUttated and reduced
byjieknett It is jut excellent appetizer as well
as strength en ex of the digestive forces, 4 It is de
sirable alike as a corrective and mild cathartic
11 is neing aaiiy usea ana prescribea by all phy
siclans, as Use formula.will Jje handed to ani
regular graduate. '
.. - .n. W u asosi-ietor.
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i sf . satr: --.
'"I j t '. -f r 1 i. -
tn t-fin ujSe'isstki ' 1- '
ED W ARB iSYI liTJ EISi A-Aeo. ,
9 ) mH f. tA
i. Kn sls.!.-r1l. il
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i VMViatNW ii Ai. i f .t?i a -
e 7'tulislbA jsl nt tw 9J.1 i ' .
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u.nii. atnn sk i.'i't.. sMa ft-i - u..
FOB SALE BY ALL DEALERS"- '
v., t- 3.
'TjEAD 'THE jFO
it is prepar
and sol Jon j
w w wu.n .mi.m, nuu jmuuM IAI UUI
and sell Gold and SUrr. Drafts. U. 9. Semritlai a
IlnlAn n.l Pa m. ltwatm t- I I
State Sonib, collect Notes, Drafts, Coupons, etc., in
all parts of the United State.
5r20 Bomli and 7-30 Treasury Notes always on
hand and for sale. Gold Coupons cashed and Com
pound Interest Notes bought at the Highest rates.
jujuak junks, cashier.
W . W. BEBHT. President. octl0-3m
. WALK BR.
J. L. YARTANl
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Street, (up stairs,)
: -rr .
1 (Opposite St. Cloud Hotel.)
No. 3, Simmons' Block, Clinrch Street,
Corner Broad nnd IHffh Street?.
RETAIL PIII0B8 OF FL0U3,
Feed, delivered free of charm :
i lour, ciauo 01 n nue 11 neat,
Broadway MU1 Extra Family Flour
BroadTray MlUs 8. Fine Flour..-
Graham, ot Unbolted Flour, per 100 lbs....
Middlings, perlOOlta ,
Rye Flour ,
Hack Wh at Flour
Corn Mea , perbuhel................'.
Bran, per 100 lbs ... ..............
Mixed do., per 100 IU
Shorts, per 100 lb...A ;
nay, per 100 lbs
Corn, per bushel
Oats, por bushel
D. D. DICKEY, Agent.
PARTI (?U XtAR NOTICE.
"TjESIRE TO RETURN THANKS TO THEIR
XJ patrons for tho liberal support heretofore
extended to them, and state to the public gen
erally that in Order to have greater facilities for
f?r their work. tW are fitting no In magn iflca n
uie iae large ana commodious two story
tfo. 76 North Market Street,
One door north of their present stand, for aX
Cnrrlnsro Factory- and Knlrv Rooms,
Whera ther Will hn hollar tYsr. l-
,keeri up their reputation for making first-class
Entrance to. Uepalrlntr Sbona will bo
tbc Same as Jlerctofttre.
A splendid assortment of Carriage work always
on hand at the lowest figures.
We Will CnntlnllB nt nn. nl.l rnn.l
uow factory is ntieu up.
leol-tf MYERS A IIVHT.
33 Public Square,!
WILL DELIVER Q00D HARD, MER
chantable Wood, anywhere withiu the
F1VK DOLLARS PER CORD.
FSTLL CORDS guaranteed,
Orders received at
WOOD FOB SALE AT YARD, 0B DELIV
ered, cheaper than at any othr yard la She
city. Term strictly CiSn
PARTIES PrBCHASItfO LABQKLY.
Yard cof ner North Eront and JefforSon
fas. tl'tlOOHLIS. J. W. H. BUTLER. . X. tRWIK
, .. Formerly of No vins, Keith Co.
'H'LATTGSIJN, BUTLEE & CO.,
ISuceessors to F. A. Irwin & Co.,)
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
BRANDIES, WINES AND IJQCORS.
Corner Market, and ClnrSt Street n,
"IVillfnav thn hlrhp-Bt marlrat rn.
.uit, ieathere. Beeswax, Oinseng. and Country
Produce generally.; nov2i-la
f HAS. ROBE RT SO BT'
B A K E K
NO. 17 ST. BIARKET STREET.
WOULD REMIND niS OLD FRENDS AND
Customers' that ho if more than ever pre-
area to supply tnem'wita the very best Of Light
tread. Crackers. Cokes, Candies, tc.
Ho has also on hnH h hntt nf VCtnss ...W..
ble for m edical pdrpoees. besides a superior lot oi
Imported, Ueoteh Alee and London.?orter, and
fine brands of Cigars. Also, CurranU. Raisins.
Citron, Figs. Dates. Nuta.eto.
i nsi recetveti, a targe assortment ofFancy Artl
lei, embracing Toys. Firecrackers, Masks, and a
very: fine assortment of Faney Confectionery,
suitable for Christmas Holidays. Iwhieh will be
Corner College and Union. Streets,
Ea. thompsoh WOULD INrOBU' HIS
. friends and tbe pabllo tbU 1 has lustfltM
an and opened an Meant Beitumnt or.r hi.
31660,. where gentlemen wilt find at all time sot
only tb best the bom market afiords, bat aW tC
beat of TrvthInt: from . ri.rin?
cured tb Mrvlce ot a flnt-rat cook. anJ fisn
locgazperieDC In hotel tmslsess, I bel confldtnt of
being abl to please cutomert.
srrmi uysura reivu daUy eevv4 cp In any
tvl J reau uam alwan
i ear m i iwau. mmauaTKra on nana.
g. U. TuuaraON, Proprietor.
SITUATED IK MILES FROM THE CITf.
0&,the Oallatln Pike, eostalnln? ilr tur nf
tana, rauni&cenuy improved, and urnamenUd.
wun units, uoireri and shrubbery. '
IS FOB SALE.
XEWSOM. QL07EB k CO.
27 North Cherry street.
To Tobacco Planters.
XtfE ABE I (KOW PBEPABKD TO STOKE
,T f Ship orpurebaM Tobacco, either loose of
itrborshaads. Call at onr Wnrnose5No.2'
t.NajhviUe. . .
IB. HrQE JfcCREA & CO,
IN RETIRING FROM TIIE COTTON FAO
take gttat pleasure In recommending our sue
patronage of our numerous friends, at eVery way
r Nashville. Sept. 7. 1S6S.
B7 REFERENCE TO THE ABOVE AD
succeeded Messrs. J. A. McAlistk i Co. in the
mission and forwarding Business, at the old
where we. wilt bo pleased to see all the old
ire nope to be able to give latutaetion to all
Nannie. seP. 7, ms. uti-m
Tlie .auuscnb'efa'aro auth'otized
. So long and favorably
i .a i,- . ... ,
1 1.! ) T
I NAIaEH HAVE FAR EXt'EEHED
Its superiority in operation, and in qualiW of
influential'-Cotton Planters, Merchants and
All tiies from IS toi 100 sans each;, constantly
' .: '' : 1 ." ' SEft FOB
c. ii. oaswaV,
of Olle county. 1
T. a. iaxtlz.
of HnatiTtlte, Ala,
reraerly or usury to. .
jana If. A1SSKT, .
of Williamson ronnty.
OROWAY I CO.,
Nos- 5 nnd 7
JXTSBEa IiRATS 30 BETDKK THANES TO
TV our friends for the very liberal share of pat
ronage bestowed upon onr house th past season,
and would say that, having enlarged our belittle
tor .storing cottpn. we are now prepared to' glre
every attention to the storage, sale and shipment of
all cotton our friends may en trust to our car. Vft
, promise that every effort will be turd to secure the
YT highest market price, whether sold her or In
Wilt make, cash advances on all Cotton or other
Produce shipped to us. Oar terms shall always be
aa low as any other reliable bouse.
JAMES It. eABSET and Wil. T. SAMPLE will
give their unJIiIJed attention to the Cotton Depart
ment, and will strain every nert to- make It to th
Interest of planters to patronize ns.
We will at all times keep a full stock of Groceries,
Bagging, Hope and Twine, and.aKgradee.cr Flour
tot sal at the lowest prices,
WANTED. W wbh to purchase washed and un
washed Wool. Feather and Dried Fruit, and will
always gir th best price.
BAILEY, OSDWAT & 0.
Fancy Flour! "Fancy Flour!!
W will koto constantly on- hand, bv the slnxb
barret or car load. E. Vaughn A Co.' Celebrated
Lockland Hills Flour which we will warrant tn
every Instance. We wilt also' keep several othir
brands of Flour, which we offer to the trade at the
lowest cash prices. Dealers will do w!l to examine
our Flour before purchasing.
BAILKT, OBDWAY CO.
angzl-Cm TJ- & A.r B.
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
' Private Dise:utes. and
DISEASES OF WOMEK
PATSE3TS TREATED AT THEIR
HOMES. CORES O DARNTEED. -Jjt
All letters should be directed to DR. KcGIEIt,
Box 79 Nashville. Teno.
Office over ao. aa Union street, between Col
lege and Cherry; streets,"
0'Nhll's V. S. Cjuik A
No.aa Cross &tUp Stairs.)
ALL CLASS ES-OF LEQITIMATF. CLAIMS
against tho United States Government
promptly collected., Baiticular attention iriven
to claims-for Equalization of Bounty. Parties
who hard filed claims at my oClce, and who here
sot beard from me lately in reterenea to them,
are requested to send me their present postof&ce
address, cs many-changes have taken place in
.the costal arrangements since their claims were
nled, and letters are being returned to me every
day uncalled for. I intend visiting Washington
soon" for the purpose of urging a speedy settle
ment of all claims now in my hands, and It is
important that I should be able to communicate
with claimants promptly, as additional evidence
will have to bo furnished -In many eases, and
stronger proof of loyalty in some eases; of .citiien
claims. aioaeyt.dvonced n owora,'. loldiera
and cititecs,' Claims.
l am also agent for the National Steam NavF
gtttloa Company steamers between- New Vork.
Liverpool, and Queenstown. Ireland. . .i
CIO. H. kEID. W. K. CHADBOOtX. J. T. BlOwj
RELDi, CEADB0U&H cfO.;7
Cotton and Tobacco FactOFs,
General Ooinmissioa Mercbantl
Corner or Clnrke and Front Streets,
Je7-ly i NASHVILLE.
BY DECREE JNCnANCERV', IN THE CASF
of Jno. W- Walker rt. the Sheriff of Davidson
count rand, others: 1 am ditnidtiHirtsnt r i h .
"e jouowisg properttv vU : , w
The Store House now occupied br Measr. K.
ts. Cheatham Se Co.
.the Stora Mouse on Church street oceupled by
jucnrm.ii-aiiijq os Mreen. Ann awore AOm
between th two hooses above mentioned.
ThojewUhlng tJ fent will cal Um me tt R. It.
uh earn am a corner oujnurea Baa uallege.
4ec8-tf IB. I R.f.W00I. Trustee.
PEIEKS, SWEMi & CO.,
, w :! '
Sa 4f rnJtft. cor. UsJou street, Sw Orleans.
H. Y.fUuaf Asutin, Taxas.
W. M. JBKsf,l
D. L. KEBXIBX
Wpl3jrwCta of ftrktn ft t N.O.
$I.94 to ?250 per Htonttf.
tlAarTKD, AUSIS EVEBrWilERB.
If- Mala had Female, to sell the OeaalBw
:mroel C0taraoa4has Vnoillr fir
JnrJfsKtUatu PrlcronlySM. JThbilaebiaa
will irttf h. aeay Wl. task, hinci, quilt, braid, aad
embroider. The cloth cannot be palled apart
tveflaJWr rrsry second Stlch Ii cut. Every it
chiae rratd thrwyar9. Ksd fH-ircuJarf.
. . . Jaaaiclurrj" Sonlhera A rents,
4tc6-3m e'Loatsvlfte. Kr.
: t .. For Be'fliv
5T0BK .ROOM 6JU!C& STESBT.
tUBd fo(9btafnej "Apply to
iaWai X iS. ALLOWAT
, .j . 1 . 1
TORAQE AND COMMISSION BUSINESS. WE
essors, Messrs. Qeobog C. Allex Sc Co to the
worthy of their confidence and support.
J. A. McALISTEK A CO.
JVERTISEMENTj it will be seen that we have
:Cotton andTobaeeo Factorage and General Corn
stand, corner of Broad and Collom ti-tt
.customers of the house, and our own friends
khoio who mar entrust us with thir business.
' ALLEN i HILL McALISTER.
Of the old firm of Buaos d: Allejt,
agents for th6 sala of. Uncelebrated
CO T T
THOSE OF ANTS- OTHER 5IAUE.
lint produced, is .acknowledged by the, moat
on hand or furnished from the MsnGfactory.
Toys and Christmas Gifts
AT HAXilT1 PRICE,
'.. W I S E',S
r I.- .
OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE.
XJ at bilf prie peaitlrely to close out nnllt
Bonnet, Hat, 3asli, and Trim
1,800 of the Latest New
Styles of Hats, Bonnets,
. and a Beautiful. Stock
of Plumes of Every
Farts rlowers and Brtciil Wmlhi V si.u nt
Waternul and Coiles. 100 Fine Cloth Cloaks some
at iu.w; io pieces rrencn, all Wool Merino, at
sl-W. Ladle SetU of 'uri at coit. A Large
ui iuji uu m mar r uooae. renamerr. etc.. at
o(. ooilen uoue. Cumfort and Children Iloie.
N. B. Airar health reaolre a chanmor cllm.t.
East, I Intend eeUba.hlnj myelf In bnstaeu at
aw I or a, leaving a branch of oar hoot at Nash
ville, excinsiT.iy ior nunnery OooJj, and my rtl
done East will gir ns superior advantages to (elect
goous at greatly reduced nrk
no f el ties a thy cam out ast
rice, and the Uteit
I trn.toor old friends will help at oat At this
thlt time, and get good vain tor their money
At 46 Union Street,
dec! Kezt door to the Bank of Tennettee.
Gio. 8. Bona
0. T. Km
PftiKARD, ROPES & KENT,
100 Commercial Street, cor. Walnut,
LO D I .
A his BU31Ni33 ISTROSTSD TO OUR pA lit
promptly attended te. ' '
First Natltaal Bank, Nashville. '
Vlnr, Tby Od.. Bankers. Ntili Title.
Jeo. FiOose. Esq.. Droorletar 8t Ctadd Hotel.
S A. W MILLS.
M. C. GOLD'BERG,
DEALER IN ALL KIKPS QF
LUMBER, SHINGLES. JETO,.
fnnE UNDIE8iaND, HAVING EOfiNTLT
"BeMTVOlr JIHU." be i no able to oBsr to th. till-
tan of NasbvUle and nrronolln eonntrr all aiads 1
mssumsmrms imccs loinn in uaiec inn ol .x.
twrfsnc at th tmslaee InillBe him In sivlae thst
all work shall txi tamed oat la a wot knunllke man
ner. By strict attention aad talr drills be hope
to merit a llserat (hare of patronage; Call and se
.or yoarteu mw. coatracung elsewtier.
ocr35-tf ft. C. OOLDBKRO.
IA.JV PAliTXEBSIIIP. .
JDDOK JOOif S. BRIEH k JNO. C. BOROII
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ,.
SO. 64 i;iIERRX STKF.r.T.
lock box gewjityAgnvTLLE. tk.nn.
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ttlk. UBCII B,,T HsF. E1V
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ALFEED T. POPri
BO P E &
6aet Pints -and J3erwB. SAa-atora
Iroprl6trs cftha celebrated brand ur Oraars
.. v'alley Whlfkr.
ROWLAND. SPERRY & CO.
ASO : & t
Azrent:ror tho FrnaVllRrractory.
NO. 48 WESXrSECONBSTHSET,
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I! BWEBmoiT, Ee
ROVTEAND, SPERRY Jb,CO.
Capita!, Que Million Dollars
- ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO.,
CIKtJIN WAJTI, .OHIO.
BM BI3H0P. of B. M. WtbooJcJk,. ,
THIO. COOS. PmidMi rh.asiZSZT niuu
! JOSIPH 0. BtrrLIK.rbnifbTfirefcV
A. B. WINStOW, of laslow A fiadtfa.
DRI08 SWirr, oViTrte Swift X&
OHASLZS BULK, of S. -rWL CML
a M. BUCHAWAN, et Baejaaaan C.
ADOLPH WOOD, of Aoolph Weed Co.
JAMES S. WI3B, Na.ht3UrW OMmr
Ii. A. FIAKK13. Mayor ef Otaewaatt.
. TU03. SniSLOCrK, PreeWent,
- ThUCetnpanyhinow prepandTo tnataet a rrM
ral Kra xatl'Mns Innrusea LjMia i i.m.,.ir.i.
the State efTtaneeiee, .. 3
- C. Me.VAUlY, Aatat
FoIISm lBd aa Untfua RrtV n-.lli, r. .
6xS year, at a material rrdnctW ywAf rata.
pi ' r A.r B,
NASiiTOE,; cOilo; m
Tri -.Weekly Packet Line.
rpUK ABOTR .
OVK USE. CaUERISH THE rill.-
L lowter sptelT PBsfrr Pakt, feuta..
Jiuhrllle dorlnr thMaia M.4Uir s;
FANNY uBANDI E3. Josm T. ffiintsw.T. M.
vllWt THOBsDAt 3,'at la o'ettik si. 3
TYBONK. Tom. Hieviix. Vut L,vtiTiii).
The abev stuaera.wUt euswi slr nouUr
trips on th first openlDg of aTaMoi in the Cum
berl.nd rli.ri aBd?eonttaolt-rW fegolariy
throazhoat th business seasoaja per ebojuahed-
aUr pscktU br St, .Loot. MraBMdJft Qh
leAB; Usalne Ihronth' TKkili la PiSMmttn. dad
glvlagthroagdiBltUof'Labr fcr TratflH to te
aooT ciues, ana an araiMH way land lap, at to
vry lownt rate. Srery 0srt wig b mad by the
OOoara and Anal of thl Una to r.nJr It nltiLU
and deterring the patronage or Shlpcers aad tti.
. ujusirt 4 VVIV, Special A Beat.
Hxil Front itrset, Dppar Whart Huhrleb., TKin.
IVashvIHe anil New Orleans
It EG UL All PACKET
OAPT. BIOrwdBD ....?.? ..: rTCaHaaadw.
o.-tf. oATr3.r..!Ji.'!..j. ."cHek:
THIS MAGNIFICENT TA9SENOER 'ATft
Freight stoaaur, (esmmaaseit y 8apU, Llg
Wood, and long aad favorably kaawa t ritlfM
and'tbe traveling eommaatty k H NuWtW!
w uriean trade la Oars fU tm, oei aeuiMt
trip from- New Srleinr eater tae ttado UbttJk
Nash,lllad Nw VtlsABt, aad roatiaM a a regu
lar paeket dVrrac fb ejoa. The H. 3. MetAaai
ilcBBsarpaaaed far eabla aeaesameilaUmia ht at
itrasboat on the Wee tern water. Wa woaW $
pectfanysoKcit from 0r Meads aad :ttt KrMk.-
geiirnuij a qsew nart ot laeir peiroaafjt.
CUHBKTT .b BOTO. A sent..
No. 21 Tnmt freef, npper Wbrf
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Trio to-VlWTlrtk.i rfhJ ,
fadge to be) on orifiir saett reafrtaM
baton Ual staaaea the WeatesafwaUM.
It Iirre tM &n-tni mmv M4
taoxtOjt fkrnis4eeibia oasoiaf ofaaeSimdttiBK
wbb nnnureu nrtteu..oa any eoaa eia pa.
Kfn. ' HK6a.iril'ighVbIrrf tB aad
Hvt Orleaaeon thet!rtrtaiaJltaBbjiaa.
forfretght or paat aWtT olfKiwrel. ar ft"
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