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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25..18G6.
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TXIKSD.VX, DECEMBER 23, 1808.
SPICY DEBATES IN CONGRESS.
Iiiterctlit? Pnnt Betet?n Senator
Trnmbnll and Cnrrett DnvU.
Jpe"Ul IHf(eh to tho St. Louis ItepuMicsn,
Washington, December 18. The only
tyifltfikttrcrtfrig In Uie Senate proceedings
t(lsy, wan a alight passajje between Trum
bull awf Garrett Dvi. Trumbull bad in-
trtxlwwl a petition for a Radical organiza
tion of thai&t; government of Louisiana,
and in presenting if had, ntrarjr to the
IStfom. of the Senate, made a long speech
" iM-faror of OieHadical theory on this sub
ject. "What took place then ii best explained
ir Ide following report of the remarks
uMr., Trumbull' speeou drew, from
RfrKl TMtvlit and tlie reftwnnef or Mr.
Mr. Davis I have but one word to nay
AtfcoSwtor ijm Illinois. He has taken
' a' tiwdinary occasion to deliver
hi speech on the presentation pf a petition.
I presume tlie honorable Senator, though
Jie addrewed tlw fijveech to the Senate, in
liOf,Il"t reach the Legwlature of Illinois,
to iuiHuettee a certain election there im
pending and abort! y to come off. I hope
tbehese-raUe Senator wilhsuccecd. I hare
read "the aamea of the competitors of the
honorable Senator from his own party for
hi suoomien, and I juitly believe that he
ijaiaueli the ablest and much the best man,
rBneh mare'tliaa any ot the others, and all
C thorn together, if they could all be made
up lnt me mass. I therefore hope that j
the'horiSraSli Senator, when that election'
eemeftw. -will be re-elected. 1 am satis
fiejl that fie will bring more ability to the
Beat wmoti he is to vacate pn the 3d of
Mfirnii. than anv one that has been named.
(tndI,atu, satiHUed tltat, though the;modi
f ounfof disinterested Uuid mueJuahipatript-
jSmyidlibring, jrilljiiat.Tioitfery large, it
will still be imntenscly larger "tlfth any
other oan bring. I, 'therefore, trust tho
oljject For which lie mat ftJ thin speech will
be racceMful, and that he will be elected.
'plfeHglitcr en -tho floor and in the galle
ries. Mr. Trumbull, wlio had listened nervous
ly p tbcabovc. jumped up, when Mr. Davis
was seated, and replied angrily :
Mr. President I regret that the Senator
"from Kentucky cannot rise above personal
considerations in the discussion of questions
in this body. I thank him for his personal
kindness to me, and hone to be on terms of
personal friendship with him while -we are
u&emhpragOaoupylng seats here But I nev
er mvsolt have been guilty of Indulging in
ji reflection upon the motives of Senators in
tHeir discharge of a public duty, and I am
eorryfthat the Senator from. Kentucky is
oast in that mould, that he supposes when a
brother Senator takes a particular coarse
burg, It is done in reference to his future
ipelUipal inspects. I think, air, if I know
myself, I have been governed in my actions
in this lrady by a sense of public duty.
There is nothing in my course to warrant
tha Senator from Kentucky in casting any
well iiajmlatioH upon me as making
npeoihOH for tlie purpose of securing a re
'eltfitin to the Senate. Sir, he may be
cast in the mould that would do that. I am
not. And if my public course hero, sir, is
.not such as to meet the approbation of my
constituents,-1 will take the consequence of
.it. I have not shaped Jt, ir, in reference
vttfsecHre'the personal approbation of my
constituents further than the discharge of
imblic duty may give it, and the Imputa
tion of the Senator from Kentucky is
Mr. Trtimbunjlgpbk his seat in a very
fidgetty waywhen Mr, Davis got up and
said : ,.
" I woiild jfit fay a word in explanation
to the Senator finm Illinois, with the In
dulgence of the Senate. The honorable
Senator best knows, and ho is the beat
Judgewhetbcr, if he bejjnimated by any
5lesiret6 secure lection, he is. ani
mated by a dishonorable motive. I leave
'the' dRraiwi of Iho question with himj I
ljay fhing more to say."
CAS THE "Sci'itiaiE rOHUT CDK 1
From the N. Y. World.
A leading Kadical organ, alarmed by the
late decision of the Supreme Court adfiidg
jng the lailitary tribunals, which domi
neered over our liberties during the war,
'unconstitutional, advises Congress to pack
"'the oourtj as iniquitous sheriff sometimes
paek panes, or as Stanton used to organize
his military commissions. The journal in
question has sharpness enough to see that
all the Radical legislation will go' for
naught, 'unless the Supreme Court can be
demoralized or circumvented. ''Surely,"
it exclaims, "there is reason for Congress
to look well to this court before it pro
ceeds another step In reconstruction."
'This is a just and sagacious observation,
for nothiug can be more incontrovertible
than that all the Radical schemes will be
, defeated if an independent tribunal of last
resort remains to declare unconstitutional
lawiFnull and Void. The method which
the Kadical organ proposes for packing the
Supreme Court with party parasites is thus
But still the constitution, as Its framers
bad foreseen this difficulty, provides the
remedy. There shall be one Supreme Court
and such other inferior courts as Congress
, my, from time to time, ordain and catab
' Wf'a. The constitution establishes the Su
premo Court, and provides that its judges
i shall be appointed by the President, and
- with the advice and consent of the Senate,
and shall hold their office during good be
havior; but the number of these judges
maybe left to the discretion of Congress.
Thus, by inarming or diminishing the
number of tlfc judges, the court may be re
constructed in conformity with the supremo
decisions of the war. In any event, ft may
lie inferred tlwt a court largely composed
-.fMudgea handed down from Polk, Pierce
and Buchanan, and having little or nothing
to do with tho war, and still living in the
atmosphere of the Dred Scott decision, is
not adapted to meet the issues -decided by
the war. nor the demands of the treat revo
lution under which'lhc sovereign people of
t.n TTnltn.! lmlaa wuor.l !..( T 1 O t.
decision as a mark of empiric shame and
disgrace. As the court now stands, away
behind the war, we hold that there Is good
treason to fearthat its judgments yet to come
in regard to the doings of Congress, during
and since tho war, including the abolition
of slavery and the creation of our present
national debt, ir not provided for in season,
may roaaU in a new Chapter of troubled and
disasters to the country.
TJhe desferato qtfrice here gen is of
1 ? i ! . r 1 1 l n- i .
wmic vaiuc aa a iewgiiuiuu Ul luc UlUICUIiy,
bt futile as a means of extrication. The
oxpcdicHt reeammended will to equally
, vain -whether Ooagross attempts to reduce
or tq Inpreasc the number of judges. As
to reduction, how oan it bo so managed as
t"weed out tlie Conservative and retain
the Radical judges f The truth is, none of
the existing judges oan be legislated
out of jce at all. By the constitution,
" Wev hmd- diirinc cood beliavior. the im-
poselWHty of displacing them being the
guarantee of their indpendenoi .n act
vas natsed at the last nessum rednamr the
number of associate jmtiees fntm ten to
lY . l; .. .i .
'KlXTj BBl IIIPMnUtlU VI M, H UinCllllg lliai
no new appointments should be mada to fill
vacancies until the iirescrlbcd diminution
(b acosmplIhed. This is (he wilr way the
. . i - j i i.i . i . .
peiiri rii ob reMiieea wiiuoura piain via
latioft of the eewtilution.
As lean Increase, with what foe could
Congress, after declapiBg by the act of last
wintcrthat tlienambcrof judges is at present
'- tee-large, repeal that act from barefaced
mrtiean loottves and direct the appoint-
f ifnenl ofliiiope ? But weliot)ld le loath to
build ay,li4e m so frail a foundation as
the,mpiesed sense of shame, or regard for
bc43rri, Ult cbocW')aan aot enlarg
ing the ctHirt.lwt it cannot ta.ke from the
Presideiif his newpr In anivninl iho iiuIcm.
If tlje Senate Khoald reject all his appoint
lUWiS tb, court would remain the same aa
yJm,t. it-houldconGrn tbxm,
rf wwildTx eilarged by the addition of
indgc a independent and faithful as
l&Mmrlt Present majority. With
' lli-iwurwnrKai)ie Obstacle In t.m
(tnnpr(fli wfll ha) inmxr l.. 1 1:
ntHbStft Tiaek the Snpreme
IlitSd, y nsn df the
urteegs te -aomo raemuer
wlilchiu probably not true.
THE KIND OF EVIDENCE "COI
From the Xew Vork World.
Is is stated that the Congressional Com
mittee appointed to "collect evidence"
about Louisiana, has started for Hew Or
leans. The journey is necessary only to
warrant the " appropriation " of the large
sum of money to he drawn from theTrcaa-
ury ostensibly lor tuis trip, uui prelimi
nary to the collecting tour the committee
has already examined a number of
parte witnesses, calling themselves "South
ern lovallgts." and claiming to have been
at some periol of their lives temporary
residents in New Orleans. The kind of
evidence collected to warrant subversion of
the Stato government of Louisiana and the
substitution of territorial control, is shown
in tho following from a Washington special
telegiam, December 14, to the Xew Or
leans Times. The report of the examination
Mr. Taylor What remedy do you pro
poh ibr the condition of affairs which you
assert to exist at present in Louisiana?
Waples I propose that thenegroesshall
be universally enfranchised, and that all
Rebels shall be forever disfranchised.
Mt. Taylor In whom or -what do you
understand State sovereignty to reside ?
Waples In the people.
Mr. Taylor What proportion do the-
white population, to whom under your
proposition the suffrage would bo restricted
a far as whites are concerned, bear to the
negroes to whom you would concede the
Waples They ire inferior in numbers
to the neeroes. .: ft , v"
Mr. Taylor TEen. In facl. yo8 dCsire to'
Invest the sovereignty, of States.of this
Union in negroes ? if
Waples Yes I . - : ,
Mr. Taylor la this op'itiion held by
all of the Louisiana loyalist whom you
profess to represent 7 .
Waples By nine out of Ten of them, atj
This witness is Rufus aples, who is
one of the numerous "judges," " doctors,"
or "colonels" who ha7e mushroomed on
the surface of that State within the last
four years, and, of course, lie is one of the
"Louisiana loyalists" whom, according to
Mr. Taylor, he "professed to represent"
Mr. N..G. Taylor was put on the commit
tee in place of an appointee" who declined
to serve: and, immediately after his exam
ination of Waples, he expressed great
regret that "the pressure of other business
would compel him to forego the honor and
pleasure of serving oa the committee," and
ho at once resigned.
WOMEN YOTTNCJ IN NEW JEILSEV.
Prom the New York Tribune, Dec. SO".
Durintr the debate in tha Senate, a few
days ago, on Cowan's amendment to strike
out the word "male" in the franchise bill
for the District of Columbia, inquiry was
made of Mr. FrelinghuvseDhcthcrwomen
ever voted in New Jersey, s reply adr
roltted that they once did so "in local elec
tions." But the fact is that, for many years,
women were recognized as voters there on
precisely the same terras as men. Lucy
Stone and DT. B. Blackwell, citizens of New
Jersey, have made an investigation, the re
sult of which is remarkable, and proves
that previously to 1 1 70 only men voted, but
that, in 177C, the original State constitution
conferred the franchise on "all inhabitant'
(men or women, white Or black) possessing
the prescribed qualifications of 50. clear
estate and twelve months residence, and this
constitution remained in force until 1S44.
In 1790 the Legislature, in an act regulat
ing elections, used the words " he or she."
In the same year, 1797, seventy fivewomen
voted la Klizabethtown for the t euerai can
didate. In 1800 women generally voted
throughout the Stato in the Presidential
contest between Jeficrssn and Adams.
In 1802 a. member of the Legislature
from' Hunterdon county was actually
elected, in a closely contested election, by
the votes of two or three women o( color.
In 1807, at a local election in Essex county
for the location of the county seat, men and
women generally participated, and were
jointly implicated in very extensive frauds.
In the following winter ot lmw-o, me .Le
gislature, in violation of the terms of the
constitution, passed an act restricting suf
frage to free, white, male, adult citizenn.
and in reference to these virtually abolished
the property qualification of JC50, thus ex
tending it to all white male tax-payers,
while excluding all women and negroes. In
1820, the same provisions were repeated
and remained unchanged until the adoption
of the present constitution in 1344.,
It thus appears that women and negroes
possed and exercised the right unquestioned
under the constitution of New Jersey from
1770 to 1807, thirty-one years, and that
from 1807 to 1844 they possessed the right,
but were arbitrarily deprived of ita exer
cise thirty-Beven years more. This is we
believe a fact unparalleled in the political
history of the world, and was probably due
to the strong Quaker influence in West
Jersey, then, as usual, exerted in behalf of
equal rights. f-New Jersoy enjoys, we be
lieve, the distinction of having been the
first State which conferred upon all its citi
zens equal political privileges, without re
striction of sex or color.
THE APPEAL FOB CIIRIST.UAH DIN
NEILS REPUDIATED JIT THE FE
NIANS IN TORONTO.
TonOKTO, O. W., Dec. 21. The fol
lowing letter was this eveningsent to the
reporter of theToronto DailyJTehgraph :
Toronto Jaix, Dec 21. To tho Fenian
Brotherhood, and tho friends of Fenian
prisoners in New York city and vicinity:
The undersigned has been authorized by
his fellow prisoners under sentence of
death, and those yet to be tried, to caution
their frienaa in N ew York city and' vicinity
against responding to the appeal made to
them by Col. "Robert, President of the Fe
nian Brotherhood, for contributions toward
procuring Christmas dinners. , ' ; -
This appeal might, with propriety, be
made for paupers and convicts on Black
well's Island, or some institution ol the
kind, but itJa a gross" insult to the Irish
men, as political prisoner!, in Canada.
Never having received any aid or as
sistance from Fenian headquarters during
their long confinement in tho Toronto jail,
they consider this last appeal of President
Roberts as adding .asult to injury.
. They earnestly entreat their friends to
not now outrage their feelings, 'and that
they mav be spared this cruel humiliation.
On behalf of, and by the request, of thirty-eight
of my fellow prisoners,
Robert Bloss Lynch.
I most cheerfullyconcHr with Mr. Lynch,
on behalf of the prisoners now in this jail,
in protesting against this insulting appeal
of Col. Roberts,! to the citizens of New
York, for contributions for a Christmas
dinner for the Fenian prisoners; and I far
ther consider it an insult to me, personally.
The prisoners will not be the recipients of a
Christmas dinner from any source.
JcWS( McM Alios, '
Late P. Anderson, Ind.
REVERSED OF FORTUNE.
From tho Pittsburg CemmcrtuI,
The sale of the fame-in Steele oil farm,
on Monday last, for the government debt
of eleven thousand dollars, is one of the
most striking instance.! of the reverses of
fortune, save the tne JJimatek, that has
occurred In some rears, lu 1864 this farm,
when left to John W. Steele, wm returning
an income of two thousand dollars per day,
and the safe kept by Mrs.MrCIintoek, wfio
Ipfl him the urenertv. was forty thousand
dollars in gold and one hundred thousand
dollars in greenbacks. Steele and aiocum
(Steele's partnerl -were famous names in
tbe ojl region, while, their money lasted.
To-dav Steele is impoverished and alocum
is serving out a term of imprisonment for
beinEr concerned in a brutal assanlt upon
an unoffending man. The descent of.these
ol princes" has been' as rapid as was their
arauisttion of almost boandle) wealth. A
hhlQry of the past three years' of their
HVes -would read very nvwn UKea romance,
and aliow that "truth is stranger than
fictions" ' I i 1 1
PORTLAXD is being BOtapldl rebuilt that
-vr.tl -r- . .V -
over $73,000 llTreeirare paid J in wag f3 to
the taedianioatimplovedon the new bulldf
ing,wldcb are lrected in the burnt
Uijiric., Xter citizens, in so f soon arid o,
rapidly rrcovcrincr from tlialr creat mirfor-
UiffiixKlUt tha&ntirintr enerrrand irr J
doirfltaHe aplrlt' charttcteristibrof 'Ameri',ln hionheaaf. v6all at oar Warehouse, No. "a,
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T . v ' K A . I
Freia the llontcomcry (Ala.) Mail. .
Some misapprehension exists as to the
tenor of the decision of Judge Busteed, last
week, in relation to Confederate issues aa
a consideration for contracts made during
The facia of the case before him, and his i
decision, may be stated as follows:
The defendants, on a certain day during
the war, received from the 'plafritilT a cer
tain amount of Confederate Treasury notes,
and in consideration thereof, executed to
the plaintiff a written instrument, in sub
stance as follows:
'Received of (the plaintiff) a specified
number of dollars for a specified number
"of pounds of ginrfed 'cotton, this' day sold
by me to the plaintiff ; and I agree to keep
said cotton for the plaintiff and to deliver
it to him when called for, he running all
risks, .except pnly .that I am to be .liable
for arfy loss resulting" from my bwnnegll
There was never at any time any actual
delivery of tho cotton by the defendant to
The plaintiff" contended that, although
there was no actual delivery, yet there was
a sufficient constructive delivery of the cot
ton, to entitle the plaintiff to treat the con
tract as an extended contract.
The court decided in the case before it
. Jst. Tliat the consideration for. the con
tract was illctral. In other words, that
Confederate Treasury notes was an illegal
consideration for contract made during
2d. That whenever a party to -such con
tract was forced to call on a United Btatea
court , to give him any aid in carrying out
such contract or recovering its frnits, the
court could nobgive such aid.
SlA Tlitl Ilia nliinftf In ilita cnan urna
'cailicg'for' suclnaidi whenl'ic invoked' the
doctrine ot constructive delivery: lor a
fconstructive delivery k a delivery made
nt'bv the mere'iudgment of the law. upon
tfitrfi'pecial facts, in the absence of an act
4th. That in tlie absence of an actual
delivery, the court could not, by its mere
judgment, make -ont a delivery from the
terms or accompaniments of the contract
which waa before it. .
It "will be observed that the court deci
ded nothing aS to a contract which has
been completely executed in all respects
by the parties, although the' consideration
for such contract was Confederate Treasu
ry notes. A contract is completely execut
ed when all the .terms of it have been
c6taplicd with by all the parties to it, and
the purchaso money has been paid ; and
there has been actual delivery under and
in accordance with the contract. Mcmtnom-
try Mail.. .
RCBINEKS DEPRESSION. '
From the National Tutelltgoncer.
Very great dissatisfaction prevails in the
Ncith 'and "West hr regard to the condition
of business and of the currency. The
Wes'tenrpapera seemito unita in ajlemand
for an increase ot currency, and their Kep-
resentatives in Congress are not stow to
second, (hem. Business is paralyzed, and
the prospects for the future are not bright.
The main cause of depression is tho dis
located state of the Union and the uncertain
political condition of the staple-producing
States of the South. The peopleof those
States, whose territory embraces eight buu
dred thousand square miles, and whose
capacity for production is unlimited, were
heretofore much relied upon as affording a
profitable market for the grain-growing
and provision-producing States of, the
Northwest and the manufactures of the
Eastern States. But the consumption of
the South declines with its powers of pro
duction. Another canse of- the prostration of busi
ness is the heavy rate of taxation, which
increases the cost of labor and material to
snch an extent as to consume all tho profits
of many branches of industry. The la
borer is not ben eli tied by high prices, tor
the cost of his livine is increased to a: still"
greater extent than his. wages. Thus, the
manufacturers represent that besides the
five per cent, on their amount of produc
tion and their income tax, they pay much
more in tho enhanced cost or labor, i hoy
make out that their aggregate burden of
taxation is forty or fifty per cent.
Another cause of the trouble is the in
flated currency, the depreciation of which
is not to be measured by its relation to' gold,
but to the price of commodities generally.
The purchasing power of the currency is
not greater now than it waa when, in tlie
crisis of the war, gold waa over two hun
dred. Prices now tend downward because
the people will not or' cannot pay the cost
of commodities. The holders of goods and
merchandise must either all sell below cost
or they must hold on and suspend produc
tion and importation until their stocks shall
be taken up.
The holders of goods and grain and pro
visions, and railroad shares, bonda,etc., desire
a large increase of currency to enable them
to hold on for improved prices: Specu
lators, monopolists, and jobbers desire the
The general body of consumers can find
no advantage in such an increase. To them
it rill be accompanied with no corre
sponding benefit, nor in the end will it be
of any advantage to producers. The cost
of production will bo increased, and they
must soon cry out for more currency and a
higher protective tariff.
The two great remedies that have oc
curred to Congress for the eyils of tho day
are: first, to 'net ashlelm Slate govern
ments of the ten Southern States as illegal
and unconstitutional, thus rendering dis
union complete; and, second, to issue one
or two hundred millions more of currency,
cither in legal-tenders or national bank
notes. Both measures ore admirably
adapted to an aggravation of the evils un
der which the country labors.
NASHVILLE & DECATUR
Great Central All Kail Route
NASHVILLE AND IIUNTSVILLE;
MEMPHIS. MOBILE AND
NEW -ORLEANS, .
AND A I.I. INTERMEDIATE POINTS.
milK NASHVILLE AND DECATUR RAIL- !
1 majI t!AmivAnv hnA made ftrr&nffements with
"thi Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company
Throacli t Sfrmpbl HtiotU Chaujre
, 4. of Cars.
Only one change between Niuhvillo ami Mobile
or New Orleans. By anj Mhor Routs
Splendid Sleeping CarM on
. all rA'igbt Trains.
,TE?Wii Jisy-nisa Trais Leaves Nathrille
Dally at - . ftM t, m..
Arrives at Decatur at 1:30 a. m.
CenneeU with Afeiaph.il and Charleston Rail
road for lluntsrtllis Memphis, Mobile. New
-Orleans, and alWmtermedUte point.
Learci Deeatnr at S.S i. V.
Arrives at Nashrille at- ..11:M x, u.
Connects at Nafbfille with LouiiriUe and
Nashville Railroad, fer all points Eait. North
'and Xorthwert aad with ereuinir trains on N. k
C and N. Jk N. V . and K. Railroad, fer
points on thMc lisos.
Freight nml Accommodation. :ntlj
Leavee Na.hvillo at- .-.... 7:t5 x. u.
Arrive at Decatur at .... ttOO r. m.
alntiitjln Accommodation Train,
rifiUr, oxcfjit ftantti,
Leares Colombia at TJ5 x. k
A rr'it'Kt at XTa.h villi &L 10-00 A. u
JXearea SashtlHo at 3.-00 r. a
Arrives at uiubih ai . :o r. x
DAtnptffO Cbrckrd Through.
AS EOW' AS THE EOWEST.
1 Far Through Tickets and other inferaaOoa.
irloase apply at the offica of the Nashville City
Transfer Company. Northeast earner of Summer
IVJlXftW-TRRPAWRD TO RT(
Cilh n.nn..l..i. TaI.HMVI i t Kr ) flirt lAflT
iniTltPl UffflU UlUtUl iiir
FROM ,10 TO 25 PERCEST. SAVED
bt (crixe- thus ooom at tbe
M). 15 STREET.
THE TEOPIE OF KA3UVILLK AND THE
iurrouDdlnj country will pletde Lear Tn inlnii,
the SEW TOBK 8TOBK b now recelrlng and open-Ing-
a-new and rery tittraetlre itock of
Staple and Fancy Drygoods,
WOTIOMS, ETC., ETC., ' f
Which hat been bought for Cash In the rtj best
eastern markets, and will be off. red at tha -very
IqWmI retail ria.
The atock consiiu in part or '
Black Silks, all prices
Colored Silks, all shaded and peieni ;
Irolre Antique, all celon; - .
Brat English uid Oennan PojiUn
KsglUh and t,renchJMerinos ;
impress Cloths, all colon ;
.Ladles' Sacking Cloths; . , I '
Fine White and Black A Iparas , j
Lustrea, all. colors; 1 i
and all Wool Plaldi, aU colors ;"
All Wool Flannels, all eolura; - i
Beaven, Broadcloths, and Caulmerei;
lioetklns. Tweeds, and Jeans ;
English and Amrrlcan PriaU;
Brown and Bleached Oociestlcs ;
M, C-, T-t, 8-1, 9, and 104 Sheeting;
Table Linens, Towels, and Kaptlns ;
All grades IHh Linens ;
A fn 1 assortment of White OooJiJ;
Ladiet' - nd Children's Hosier; and Glares,
Common and French-Embroidered Corsets;
Duplax Elliptic Hoop Skirts ;
Ladles' Shawls, Cloaks, and Sontags ;
Blbbons, Trimmmn. & Fancy Goods:
And many other -Good too numerous to mention!
lumember ina puce HEW YOBS STORE, No.
15 Union Street, (LeryA JDo.'s old stand.) '
QCt21-3ln E. FIIA.VKL1.V.
Jnuuary 5, 1867.
Wm, Lipscomb vs. S. E. Jones and others.
IN PURSUANCE OP DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at 'Nashville in above named"
cause, I will sell, at tho Court House at. Nash
Sntnrtlny, January 5, IS07, '
The tract or Land in the Second District of Da
vidson county, containing acres, known as.
" Elm Crag." This land was sold in 1S58 by. W.
.Lipscomb to C. K..Barnea, and by him afler
Trards to S. E. Jones.
TERMS OF SALE-Credits of six and twelve
months, without interest. Notes required with
two good securities, and lien retained. Sale free
MORTON B. HOWELL, C and M.
Jho. P. Pegrani vs. Jno. E. Lafller and
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
X Chancery Court in the above named cause. I
will sell at public auction, at tho Court House, on
Satnritnj-, Jnnuary; 5, I8G7,
Lots Nos. 70 and 71. in Foster's Addition to
Edgefield, each fronting 0 feet on Smiley street.,
and running back 170 feet to an alley.
TERMS OF SALE-CrediU of six and twelve
months, with interest from day of sale Notes
required with approved security, and lieq re
tained. Sale free from redemption. i
. . MORTON U. HOWELL. C. and M.
Ellen Deslia vfl. Tlios. Russell and otliers.
"TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
X Chancery Court in this cose, I will sell at
publio auction, nt the Court House at Nash.
villg. on ,
Saturday, Junuary 5, 1SC7, '
A tract of about75 acres of Land, lying near the'
Nolensville Turnpike, about twelve jnilos from
Nashville. This u the same land formerly sold
bySam'l Kimbro to Thomas Russell, and his
bond for title Is recorded in the Register's offiee,
in Book 'No. 30, par C37. '
TERMS OF SALE-Six months' credit, with
out interest. Note required with two good secu
rities, and lien rotalncd. Sale free from re
demption. MORTON B. HOWELL, C. andjM.
William Hagat vs. Thomas Y. Northern.
ri PURSUANCE OF A UECREK rjrrinr
Chancery Courtin this case. I willsell at pub
lic auction, at the Court House at Nashville, on
Saturday, January 5, 1807,
A tract of Land on Suggs' Creek, near tho Wil
son county line, adjoining the lands of Wm.
linear, and containiag about sixty acres.
TERMS OF SALE Six and twelve months
credit, with interest from day of sale. Notes
required with approved security, and lien re
tained. Sale free from redemption. '
MORTON B. HOWELL. C. and M.
Jennie S. Fleming vs. D. D. Didkey nd
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF? THE
L Chancery Court in this case, I will sell, at the
Court House at Nashville, on !
Saturday, January S, 1867;
The two Houses and Lots, Nos. 30 and 31, on Mc
Lemore street, betweon Union nnd Cedar streets,
owned by Jennie S. and E. T. Fleming. '
TERMS OF SALE Six, twelve and eighteen
months'jeredit, without interest. Notes required
with approved security, and lien retained. Sale
free from redemption.
MORTON B. nOWELL. C. and H".
Letitia J. Harris, Admr!, vs. Robert Har
ris and others.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
L Chancery Court at Nashville in above named
cause, I will sell, at tho Court House at Nash
Saturday, January C, 1807,;
A tract of 270 acres of Land, about nine mile's
from Nashville, on the Nolensville Turnpike
Road, being the same purchased by B. v. Har
ris, deceased, from Mrs. Leiincka Browal
Also, abont G3 acres of land, adjoining the
former residence of B. D. Harris, deceased,
about four mile from. Nashville. .
.These lands will be sub-divided to 'suit pur
chasers. TERMS OF SALE One-fourth cash, and the
residue on credits of six, twelve, eighteen and
twenty-four months, without interest. Notes
required with approved security, and lien re
tained. Sale free from redemption.
MORTON H. HOWELL. C. and M.
Sale of Valuable Lands.
David C. Love et als. vs. Alex. Matthews et. als.
t S DIRECTED BY A DECREE OF THE
rx. County Court of Davidson county; at ita
December Term, 1306, in the above cause, I wilt
offer nt Publio Sale, at the south end' of the
Court House, in Nashville, on SATURDAY, tbe
5th day of January, 13o7, a certain tract fir par
cel of land belonging to the-estate of Amelia
Love, deceased, and described as follows, vit:
"Being Lot No. 19 in the plan of the division of
Andrew Castleman's lands, situated abont 4
miles from Nashville, and near the HHUboro
Turnpike Road." Said land is unimproved, bat
fertile and heavily timbered, nnd contains G2
TERMS Ono-third cash, and the balance on
a credit of one and two years, with interest from
dajr of sale. Notes with personal security re
quired for tho unpaid purchase-money, and lien
retained. P. L. NICUOL, Clerk.
R E M O V A .
DR. L. L.-COLEMAN
HAS REMOVED FROM CHERRY STREET
to No. SIO corner of Church and McLe
moro streets, where all who may desire his ser
vices as a Physician may find him.
Dr. Coleman has. in connection with his office,
a neat and elegant Drug Store, containing a well
selected stook of
DRVOS, MEDICINES, PERFP3IERT,
And other articles usually kept in such estab
lishments, which he offers at the lowest cash
iirioes. The Goods are fresh and gi
MR. CHARLES RISTINE, fo
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keeper and Prescriptionist at the Drug Store of
R. P. Jenkins Co., is with Dr. C, and will
take pleasure in waiting upon .his numerous
Prescription! promptly and accurately com
pounded at alt hours. decS-rtf
1. 1. i.
Look Out Toi Brcakcis !
ONE AND ALL 1
TONT YOU SEE THAT WE ARE 8UR
JL rounded by Fast Men, Fast Horses. Fast
Railroad Accident and Innumtraltt lmaihiTf
Then is it not POLICY to take out an
ACClQEaT lltffiCttAXCE I'OLICT,
which guarantees to the assured 83.000 in case
of death caused by any kind of aa accident,, or
&t&5.00 iiea Wonlr
compensation fora period not to exceed twenty-'
six weeci lor any one injury, ouca a I'ollcy can
be obtained of the
Southern Life Insurance Co..
OF "MEMPHIS, TENK,
on the followinrtermc OnedarCSe two dv
COc; three days T5 four days il 0 Cr days
i II iS: tan daya $2 50; thirteen days S3 Q0-. fifteen
tiaysjJu: twenty days $4 Wi thnty days KJJ0-.
two months S3 00; threa months 812 CO; twelve
months t 00l All of the above-mentioned Pol
icies and Tickets can be sncured at a moment's
notice from any Railroad Ticket Office in the
city, or of any of the principal Railroad Ticket
Offices throuehont the entlraftmlh. Alia itNn.
& North Cherry Street, Nashville, Tcnn.. office ot
decl3-3m Gen't Agent S.L.Ini. Co.
fllHE TJNDKRSIONED- HAVING QHALI
JL eJ as Admintstretor of tk Estate of. P.
AchUchner. deceased, herebv notifies all cersoni
indebted to said Estate to com forward'and set-
tie; and parties having claims against tha Estate
,mil P'oseat tnem iorpavment. . ..
dtelSSw . ATLENER, Adu'r,
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EEAD THE FOLLOWING HOME Evi
dence of its medicinal virtue, and try it in
your own family 'circle: ' '"
Mt. fflward WiUrr. Oily:
Hear Sir: I have examined your Stomach Bit
ters carefully, and find it what you represent it
to ba. Tha hUrb order which the inn-edinfibi
going into It takita the Materia Medieo, sj well
as tha most h&nny proportioned combination of
substances, mace your Bitters far superior to any
similar preparation in tne country, lao tact
that yea use only the purest Bourbon Whisky
isnst necessarily recommend your Bitters in
another poinU especially as far as wholesome
ne3sand,palatabllitrare taken into-consideration.
I was well pleased to see in your cstab
lisbment the process of manufacturing your
Bitters carried on by way of displacement, which
not only gives' you a better product, but also
recommends itself by clearer operation.
mmit. smiRL'crn i
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Mr. EJuard WilJtr, CStv :
Dear Sir: MVwifaanJ child hum boon tnflVr.
Ing for several months from indigestion. My
wife,sceing your advertisement, requested ma to
brinjr her a bottle of your Stomach Bitters, which
i uiu; ana on using one noiue, 1 am more than
hanpy to state that my child, now four months
n.l.Ml.na ..I I..J . 1 . . -
vu., nuuutu uutww a vuimiiury H-U nun since
ts birth, is entirely- restored, and my wife is
enjoying the best of health, and is now wholly
unwilling to be without a bottle of your Bitters
in tha house, as she says it is the most strength
ening and ap petizlng tonic that can be used; and
that no-homo ought to be without It: and t feel
it dne to the publio to make known the wonder- -ful
good it has performed in my household, and
most heartily recommend its nse in every family.
x rcuitiiu j ours re3peciiiuiy.
Of Craig, Truman 4 Co.,JU3 Main street.
Lu isville. October ai.UiiJ
'ifri't i . t, ,u l
Rock Havsx, Mrads Coostv. Ky.,
October 21. m. j
Mr. Edward Wildtr, LouUvillt, Kv.:
Dear Sir: I take Dleasureln snvine that I was
snfiering from Ague and Fever, or Chills and
Fever, for several monthsvwhen I was advised
bx,a xriend to try younfamous Stomach'Bitters,
and alter using two itt)n I m tirelv re
stored. It not only imparts new vigor, but it is
truly tne nest strengthening and appetmng
tonio, at the same time pleasant to the taste, I
have ever known used or afforded to the puplic:
and I would say to all those similarly' afflicted
that if they would ba cured and have the disease
thoroughly eradicated from the system, to use
your Bitters, and be convinced of their wonder
ful medicinal power and virtue.
I remain yours respectfully,
P. P. NEVITT.
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LouisvtLtK, Kr, October 12, ISM.
To E. Wider, dtg :
I was a good deal afflicted with Indigestion,
and occasional attacks of Dyspepsia. I was ad
vised ta use your Bitters, i scarcely used one
bottle when I felt relief, and from the use of tbe
Bitters, though nearly sixty-seven years of ago.
feel the same energy and vivacity and cheerful
spirits of a boy of twenty-five. Your Bitters are
a pleasant tonic and cordial, and as they are pre
pared from pure ingredients and good old Bour
bon Whisky. I can safely endorse their nse to all
afflicted as I was. I would soy to such persons,
keep your .minds easy, your bowels open. -your
head cool, your feet warm, and use Wilder's
Bitters, and nover mind the Doctor,
" Old Reliable" Agent Erie R. R.
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And all species of.
and Feves-.awtt :A'gne,
And all periodical disorders. ;It will give imme
. dlato relief in
OOLiq AND FLUX.
It wilt cure COSTIVENESS. It is a mild and
delightful invlaprant for delicate Females. It Is
a snfe Anti-Bniious Alterative and Tonio for
family purposes. It is a powerful recuperant
after the frame has been debilitated and reduced
by sickness. It is an excellent appetiser as well
as strengthener.of the diges'.ive forces. It Is de
sirable alke as a corrective and mild cathartic
It is blng dally used and prescribed by all phy
sicians, as the formula will be banded to any
"- - i r - KHolet. Proprietor.
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215 (MAIiS ,FBp3n,)i;Ml.rH;8T
. .vnB'.QiT V.RV (it.rtiPsniRft
nrt9 .. n..isai i ,
College Street, near tJuion.
' -of tka United States;
t i Prepared to transact a rognlar Banking
buness.-and furnish Krchaageon
Government Securities. Gold andSilver.bought
ana stiiaan commission.
JOHN LUMSDEN. President.
W. J. THOMAS, Cashier..
THITID MTIOMI BANK
W. HiiTj, it. Burns,
John Rirkinan, Jos. W. Allen,
P. Wver, Kdgar Jones,
Dan'l F, Cartor, A. J. Duncan,
Alexander Tall, Chas. E. Illlbuaa,
THIS BANE OCCUPIES THE BOlLDIKO-FOIt-meily
occupied by the Planters' Bank, corner of
Union and College streets, and Is prepared to buy
and sell Q.iU and Silver, DrafU, U. S. Securltls. and
State Bands, collect Notes, Drafts, Coupons, etc, In
all parts of tha United States.
3-SSO Bonds and T-3 J Treasury Notes alvays oa
band and for sals. GolJ Coupons cashed and Com
pound Interest Note bought at tbe nteluut rates.
vrinin inurj n..vi..
..fcfUA. tfu.mo, buuttil,
W. W. BKKKV. Prealdent. octlOJm
J. L. VARY AN.
WALKEE & Y ARYAN,
ATTO'R-N'BYS AT LAW,
41 Cherry Street, (up stairs,)
3ai . NASHVILLE, TENN,
Oi try Shoo Store,,
(Opposite St. Cloud Hotel.) '
,No.3, Simmons' Block, Church Street,
Corner Broad and Hlh Streel-i. .
RETAIL PRICES OF FLOUR, MEAL AND
Feed, delivered free of chares :
Flour, made of White Wheat, Washing
ton " per barrel .. .
Broadway 3I11U Extra Family Flour
Broadway Mills S.Flne Flour.
Graham, or Unbolted Flour, per 100 lbs
Middlings, per 100 lbs.
Buck Wh at Flour
Corn Mea , per bushel.. ..
Bran, per 100 lbs . , ,..,
Shorts, par 100 lbs , ,
xiay, per iw ids
Corn, per bushel' ...
I). D. DICKEY, Ageut.
oats, per buitiel .
PARTI FTiA.lt NOTICE.
MYERS & HUNT,
DESIRE TO RETURN THANKS TOTHEIR
patrons for the liberal support heretofore
extended to thorn, and state to the pnbllo gen
erally that in order to have greater facilities for
for their work, they are-fitting up in magnificon
style tho large and commodious two story
One door north or their pres"ent stand, fur af
.Carrlnffp Fnctorj- nnd Nales Jtooiim,
Where they will bo better prepared than ever to
keep up their reputation for making firit-rlaiis
Eiitrnnee to Repairing Shops will lie
the Same oa Ileretoforo.
A splendid assortment of Carriage work always
on hand at the lowest figures.
Wewill continue at our old stand until oqr
new Factory is fitted up.
,decl-tf MYERS & HUNT.
WOOD! WOOD I
33 Publio Square,1
WILL DELIVER GOOD HARD. WER
chantable Wood, anywhere within the
FIVE DOUAM PEU CORD.
FULL CORDS guaranteed. Orders received at
oar store. nov29-lm
WOOD FOB SALE AT TAED, OP. DEMV
ered, cheaper than at any. other -yard in tke
city. Terms strictly CA3II. . .
PARTIES rUKCHAStNO LARQELY.
Yard corner North Front and Jefferson
L. .. Streets.
O. P. DANF0BTD, Agent.
ria. u'tinoHLnf. o. y. H. BtTTLra. p.a.ibwiv
. . - r onueriy oi i evins, Helta a to.
M'EAUOHIIir, BUTLEB & CO.,
' (Successors to F. A. Irwin fc Co.,)
DBANOIES, WINKS AMU JLIHrOKN,
Corner Slarket ana Clark fltreeta,
Wllliiay- the highest market prices for Dried.
F.uit. Feathers. Recswar. Qinxene. nnd Cnnntrv
r.uii, x eauiers. liee
Oil AS. ROBERTSON
XO. 17 X. MARKET STREET,
W0OLD REMIND HIS OLD FRENDS AND
f T Customers that he is more than ever pre-'
pared to supply them with the very best or Light
Bread, Crackers. Cakes, Candies, etc.
He has also on hand tho best of Wines, suita
ble for medical purposes, besides a superior lot ot
imported Scotch Ales and .London Porter, and
fine brands of Cigirs. Also. Currants. .Raisins,
Citron, Figs, Dates. Nats, eta,
J ost received, a large assortment of Fancy A Hi
cles. embracingToys, Firecrackers, Masks, and a
Very 1 fine assortment of Fancy Confectionery,
suitable for Christmas Holidays, hieh will be
agkj wholesale and retail. novSt-tf
Corner College and tJnloa Streets.
EO. THOUPSOrf WOULD IKFOBlt HI3
friends and the pabllc that he baa justBtted
up and opened aa elegant Bestonrast over his.
Saloon, -bre geatlsmeo wCl Bad at all time not
only the best the tana market atbrds, but also ta
w. w..j muu uvw m tuaimosm II ft f 111 if uro
cared th aervlcrs of a first-rat coot, and from my
long cxprrienc In hotel business, I f4con&aotr
being able to please enstomtra.
Fresh Oysters received daily served up in any
style Freah Oame always on Land,
' W-Iy B- Q.TIIOMPSOK, PruprfatOR
Wvecr to Ererybody.
A LARGE O PAGE CATALOGUE. TEACH
ing how to remova Tan. Freckle, Pimple.
BloUoe. ilotn Patches, Sallowaess, Eruptions,
and ail imnnritifii nt ih .bin . hr.w n t.-
whiskers, restore, rtrl and bcautlfr the fcsJri
renew tbe age, cure drunkenness, nervous debit
ty. and other useful sad valtabla Informatt
send for it. Address BERUER.
Vnemlsta. 2S5 River street.
triv. N. V,
f , Remoral o( sw Offlce.
T2J.4yEJi?MQ.VED Atr law office to
JLn&. UJgtlO.SQrjASE. apauiX low
doors" north of Cedar street.
aeca-3T. B.r michael vahghn.
IY4. US XORiTIIEASTCOIl
JIAVING CONCLUDED TO RETIRE FROM
have this day field out ta 'SEORQE'C. ALLEN
The 'cotton id store cenKgneT"te us by our
we will alnays be found at the old stand, and
Nashville Sept. 7. 1S61.
INRETIRING FROM THE COTTON FAC
take great pleasure In reeommendlng our Sue
patronage of our numerous friends, ai every way
Nashville. Sept.7, IMG.
BY REFERENCE "TO THE ABOVE AD
succeeded Messrs. J. A. McAusTKa A Co. In the
mission and Forwarding- Business. a the old
where we wilt bo pleased to see all the old
We hope to be able to give satisfaction to all
Nashville, Sep. 7. I860.
The subscribers nre authorized
' " So long and favorably
(J O T T OW G B O
SALVES ir.lVK FA K EXCF.KDF.Is
Its superiority in .operation and In quality of
Influential C6tt6n- Planters. Merchants1 and
'All siiffii from lij ta-luOjaws eaehconstantly
n. u. baicfT,
Fntmerly of Slaury en.
JXUt-i M. OAKSCV,
of Wllliuiuson comity.
e. s. OBHr.ir,
or OilM rwuniy.
t. b. SAMrtr.
Ot HufltHTil, All.
BAILiY, ORDWJi & CO.,
Noh- 5 and 7 Broad Street.
WE BEQ LEAVE TO KETUKK THAN K8 TO
onr friends for tbe very liberal share of cat-
ronage bestowed upon onr noose th.past season,
ana wouu ear iliac narui sjuarzaa.
: every attention to the storscSvf u
promise fbat every xTort will b m
very highest market price, whether sold here or in
Will make cash advances on all Cotton or other
Produce shipped to us. Our torms shall alnays l
as low as any other reliable house.
JAME3 M. CARSET and WM. T. SAMPLE wilt
give their undivided attention to tbe Ootton Depart
ment, and will strain every nerra to make It to the,
Interest of planters to patronize us.
We will at alt times keep a full stock of Groceries,
Bagging, Hope and Twine, and all graJes of Flour
fur safe at the lowst prices
WANTED. We wUh to purchase washed aud un
washed Wool. Feathers and DrUl Fruit, and U1
always give the best pricea.
A I LEV, OttDWAT CO.
Fancy Flour! Fancy Flour!!
We will keep constantly on band,, by the single
barrel or car load, H. Vaughn & Co.'s Celebrated
Lockland Mills Floor, which we will warrant tu
every instance. We will also ketp several other
brands of Flour, which we oDr to the trade at the
lowest cash prices. Dealers will do wtll to examine
our Flour before purchasing.
BAILEY, OP.DWAT & CO.
aug21-Cm U. & A., B.J.
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
private DIhcusch, mid
03- PATIEBTTS TREATED AT TJIF.IR
homes, crnr.s guarxteed.
All letters should be directed to D II. HcGII.L,
Box 749 Nashville, Tenn.
Office over No. 38 Union street, between Col
lego and Cherry streets.
0'NriLL'sU. S. Cr.itit Aarxor, )
No. 33 Cedir St, tllp StairsJ -Nashville.
ALL CLASSES OF LEGITIMATE CLAIM8
agaiast tbe United States Government
promptly collected. Patticntar attention given
to claims for Equalization of Bounty. . Parties
who have filed claims at my office. And who hare
notheard from me lately in reference 16 them,
are requested to send me their present pbstofEce
address, as many changes have taken plaee in
the postal arrangements since their claims were
filed, 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 evidenca
will have to be furnished in many cafcee. and
stronger proof of loyalty in some onses of citizen
claims. Money advanced on officers', soldiers'
and citizens' claims.
I am also agent fur the National Steam Navi
gation Company steamers between New Terk,
Liverpool, and Queenstonn, Ireland.
P. O. BOX 254. JOHN O'.VF.II.I-
QCO. 71. REID. W. It. OnaDBOUI.V. t. T, BROW
HEED, CHADS 0TJRN &,C0.,
fSuecessors to Froash 4 Ce
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
General Commissiou Merchants,
Corner oTCInrka nnd Front Rtrpol.
BT DECREE IN CHANCER V, INTHE CASH
of Jno. W. Walker vs. the Sheriff of Davldsnn
county and pthers. I am directed ta rent for the
year 1W7 the following property, vit :
The Store House bow occupied by Messrs. R.
B. Cheatham dc Co-
Tha Store House on Church street occupied by
Messrs. Hamilton Ji Green. And A Store Roam
between the two houses above mentioned.,
Those wishing to rent will cU.on tne at R. B.
PERKINS, SWEMX & (X).,
Heneral Commission srorrbauts,
"N. 48 OarondelU, tar. Union street, Ws? Orlrass.
K. T., late of Anstln, Texas.
W. M. PKHKIJJ9.1
,,. . U KEBNIOa, .
MjlMtwCa' ot rerxtui t Co..
QlOtf to 250 per Kontli.
Wf1. AtsENTS. EVERWrllERE.
Jl Halaand Female, to sell tha Genuine
Improved Comiiiou-WTie;i-nnI!T Hcxr
lnsKaenttt, Priea onhrJIS. Thisilaeiiae
will stieh, hsm, fell, tuck, bind, quilt, braid, and
. embroider. Tha cloth cannot be pulled apart
even after every second stiefc !s cut. Kvery a
ehine Warranted three yesrs. SenJ fer elreulars.
Mannsctnrtrs' Southern AgenK
Ua Louisville- ICy.
'A ":9rORE RbdiT dN" tJHDRCH ST.REET.
iOaoppoiite the-Stacy noujej" An ezIIent
ttandfcr businMj. Apply to Aina
r . '
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S. A. HA.SM.T.
sale Dealers in
XMll PITBIsIC SQUARE,
V sP TBT-
TUB BUSINESS'OF STORING COTTON; WE
4 CO. . :
frienJj, wilt still have our closest atfeatten. us
will ship ersell for them, as tbey may-desire.
' J. A. MsALISTER Jk cfy
TORAOE AND COMMISSION BrSINEiS. WE
eesers. Messrs. GroROR C Allkx & Oe., to ithe
wertay of their errand en ce and suppart.
J. A. McALISTHR A CO.
VERTISEMENT. it will be seen that wo bar
Cotton and Tobacco Factorage and OeneraiCbm
stand. ecmer of Broad and College ixrscts,
customers of the house, and our own friends
those who mar entrust us with their bnslness,
ALLEN Jc HILL MoALISTER, T
Of the old Arm of Buaac iAMsjx,
agents for the sale ot the celebrated
COT T O X G I N S,
known throughout the
those or AN Y other make.
lint prodneed, is aeknawledged by: the
on hand or furntshed frem the' MsmiforthA-:
Toys and Cliristmns Gjlfts
AT JIVTl? PIKTCX,
I S E'S i
OLD ESTAliLISIIEI) HOUSE.
at half Mtw neitively to close, out BHttr
tlie xJlh T IWSAmbW. The stMk evnalstfel
1,800 of tho Latest Nev
Styles of Hats,.Bonnets,
and a Beautiful Stock
of Plumes of Every
BIRDS A-NJ) OJlKAMRkTS.
Paris riovars and Bridal Wrraths. New fctyl i;t
- ..... , ."..J MM.. ...n d.jm 1 1 , I
Waterfalls and Oollcs. UMl'ine Cleth Cloak I-eorse
atSlO.dO; M piece French, all Wool Merinos, at
J1.S0. Ladies Stts of Fnra at cost. A Largo
stock of Toys and Fancy Goods, Perfumery, etc., at
oat. Woollen IIo.. Comforts and fhlMtW.
N. C. Asmr health require a change of ctlttat-
r.ui, i iDieua esiauisning myseir in lralns at
New Vert, leaving a branch of oar bonsa at Nash
ville, exclusively for Millinery Goojj, and aiy resi
dence J!st wUlgjve ns superior advantages to select
goods at greatly reduced price, and tb. Utett
novelties as thay come out Kast.
I trust oar old friends will help us ont at tale
this time-, and get good vain far their money.
dec! Next door to the Banc of Tennessee.
Ceo. S. Rorxa
O. 1. Kxitr
FKtKARD, ROPER & TffllfT,
100 Commercial Street, cor. Walnut,.
A LL BUSINESS EXTRUSTKD TO OUR OA II Si
x v prvupny aiieoAiea 10.
First National Bank, Kaahvllla.
A'lBg, Tobey A Oa., Uaakers, MaOiville I
nJeo. V. Case, Hstjr, preprfeter St. CImij Hotel
S A. "W MILLS.
M. 0. UOLD'BERti,
DEALER IX ALL KIKIW Ol'
LUMBER, SHINGLES, ETC.
NASHVILLE, - TENN!
rjllIE 0NDKRSIONED, UAVIKO RXVENTLX
1 parahased tha uppr Haw MHI. knWn as ttT
Mtnervetr MHIs,M be fe now abl to o&r te AmjHfo
sees t Nashville- sad surreanJInacotmtrvlan lauds
of LomUr at prleee tontlt the times. Teirs ot CX
nerleneeat to nuaineM IsstMe him In satisc that
all werk shall be tnrnl rat bi a workmaBlIsS iiTan-1
ner. By strict attention aaA lair dsHMJlu) Iwpee
to merit a liberal share of trenage. . (fall ami 4
far yelraelf before cantracllncebewtiere. ,
oet-tf It. U. aOLDBKP.O.
. ,rJ .
JUDOB JOHfTS. BRIEN1 i JNO. C. BnRClf
SO. CI tUIEBIlY HTKEET.
FIVE STOBBS ON COLLEOE STIU31T.
between Church and Union, now occupied
y flleiirs tirigz UuH Link, Hammer una
inn. IMsieseton utan Uf Jaury next.
t JUS. W. ALLK.V. Agenr.
.4-lw Nv. M Nrtb OelUce street
AND C0CKIULL SVMtiQ TRACT. WE
have si la'rge' number of beaurffui Uaildinr
Lots In lldyd Addition. flCKl in the imssexUat
Tleinityof CockriU Sprinr. that w w ill sell pri
rnteijnJlhers.lUrs. person dssjrnr hand-
JlHaoiUioii of larucrli!i.
a HIE PARINEKSHIK HBRETdF0RR- KX
. iftlng between John DouglssandDkvU iitin
ran ttthM dsy dlMoIvwl by mutual onnWnt. Mr.
will be eaxrivi on by liavid tluncatl: and sit 1
indebted to the old Dm Kill Jleat-sUI with
either party. And UkXtXiMMwivMtf
will-present thesa Mr, Dorfein'&r Satitttnsot
witktaithe next thirtr days. -ei . dVoR-lw
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
SEASONED TOPtABjk BIIIDINXaMBER
,Cor.,CraronL nnd North Hammer SU.
jhx t. tts. j. v. shh. s. t. mm
Nos. 17 and 19 West GolurabiaiSt.,
LIQUOES AND WINES.
BMtrSS W Ktl!fB :
KpimilON, KTIT AND-IOXOXOAUL.
Prapritra of theeWedrad of ' Orasxe
ROWLAND. SPERRY CO.
Agenl;for e Tmnhlln Fflctorjr,
HO: 46. WEST SECOND ST-BEET,
. T . CSJINXATTt OHIO..
COTTON.i I - . ,
' DRIED FRJDITi Eto.,
Iteited, and Uberal " Oisfef advances made os
. nOTVtASiD, SVERRY tt CO.
Capital, One Million Dollars
.EXTEBPRISB INSURANCE GO.,
r. ji. nisnor, f s, m. a ,
THEO. OOOK,JrtI0Mt Cbamlwrxrf OMsaafM.
JOSEPH C. BUTLER, PfM't ot La.vlte Bask.
UUQll aicBIRMET, T Hash MeBraey
L. It. 11 DLL, or Addy. Hati ft Oo.
A. 3. WINSLUW, of Wloslow t ScbMu
BRIOS 8W1FT. or Brl,rs Svilt Jk Co.
CHARLES RULE, of C KaH A O.
C. M. BU01IANAN, of Bachanaa k Ca.
ADOLPU WOQD, af Adsieli Weed A Oa.
JAMES S. WI3K, NaseiriHi Packat 0s4y.
h. A. HARRIS; Msywef etotaaM.
TU04. SHERLtMK, FresMeat.
WM. B. CAS8II.LT, M PmMeat.
This Oaoipany Is now prepared to mnat a gen
era! Tire and lurtoe Tuamneebvakwaa Hiwpghaat
tbe Stat ef TennMere.
It. C JtcXAHtY, Apot.
Foliaid Issued oa fint-el BrMc DwelHsg ht
Ore yars, at a mttfel Mdacttea mi veartr rales.
spU-4m f. AA.,B
1 Sa:4t i'iit3 : -.1 .
Tri-Weekly Packet Line.
THE ABOVE LINK OOMPRWiW THE Wl
tewing spleailtd 1'sn.inger Fatket, tearing
NashvllU putlog tha seasao as taltaws :
TANNT BRANDIES, Jess T. hirsilMt, it
tsr.leave Nashville TnSDAYB at Mtdk m.
vlua TUCK3DA YS. at tta'efeek M
TYRONE, Tin. Hi v Mmfor, fn.ri SATUR
DAYS, at ME otloek x.
Tbdabeve'steainers wM comment -their regatar
trips on tha first Dpenlug at naviflattea lube dsn
hertand rlttr. and eeatltm 14 rQ regutariy
threVzheut toe brnmeas seases.'ajrper above sched
ule, slslilog cleee coaixetisg at Cawa wflb the seg
nlar paeketa Ivr St. Lels, Hemps! andXew, Or
leans ; lsralng thiesgh Tickets to Pusesgm, amt
grtwjinrifegh cm ritig nt rmnu w in
abovaeitks, and all avaikM way laadhigs, at tbe
Very lowest rale. Every Att wiM be mad by th
Officers andAsjaots of this Rata aeej.r K reltaM
and dMervtst: tba patreosc of Jfcfgini and the
CO RB ETTA B0 IB, Mil Afsat,
No. 51 Ifront street, Upper Wbatl NMbvOta, Toa.
IVasIiville and New Orleans
8M-Whe1 Steamer, (ISOIajos Bartben,)
; S. M E-F W k'M .,
O, O. OATia....
rpnis MAONincufT passenier- anb
wSi liMT i$ tfwifcvy Ttaewat to sbjpjpers
mh, aaa lofts; asM lavorssty saewn w sstpmrs
J IhaAravellng eosaawily ta ttaatijltteaad
w 0teas trad fa ihya past.l wW, oa ber aelt
Jjfrem New Orhtaar, lead between
JfubvHteeBd Kmw Oripaa. aad limn as a nml-
lar packet ilariog tee searem. Ha- M. 8. Mepbln
1 UBsarpassed for cabia assamnwilaMgna lay ay
steamboat ob tbe Western waMff. ffWwMi.
apetratty seHett ftesv aar Ma4 aad tbe pabUc
aarH a liber tbaresf tbete pair .
-mtBKTT t UOYD. Agent.
2fo. SI VrotJt street, oapir Wharf.
' IlAltltlMO.f OSS,
K. fX FsaBt street
HEW ORLUHS TRADE
II 7 1 . .
t . The .UnznlHcent ktr-nmrr.
DR. U. H. SflAW, HMttt.
DR. T. J. SHIAW. CLXftK.
TlU .Commence Maklnr Itrsiilar
W' ' Trip to Urn Ortoaa aA aH iaeBli
at nort. oa tb oDaaiatr of tsus saasea. f
II A v nAf H ITK wu nsarebased iwesr kr
puarebaied ipre' kr
-eu rftHUbfd. ra-Stted.
lhL.troli and baa ba
sftdlHoragh1y overhsoted. sad proawMed by
gBod jdres U be oe f lb mast wmlrbbl
ami sabftonttal steamers OB me n warj
She ts altars- sida-beat, wltb may aiA bawl
ne hulrfirjteki. sad SRy seeoadelasi pas
sentcrsy Usr ropiMty H eht bwdre;! toes and
heSSkeVlafloflS lr earrylW ifirjirt art
nmnrpaitsed. Staadlog A I wU if.aW
wsb!opre?3.3uo and Tba. w WW bar ele
pqj, ftnib; re Jrber tNbJy bte to tbe
Nea? OfWaSen iinrHreliUr?ahbertoaa.
For frW&t or pst aWly aa board, or ta
KTRA.TTO.V, C1IKXKY BOY, AffOuU,
Excontor'M Sale ef land.
SKXKCtTTOR OFTHK LAST WILL AX I'
-Testament of Jbba Kimbf, daassL I wi! .
wi.wfn'UAi' vxi Ant; .t ino?, aSMtor
a ihraotiOBS af the teMatar. Oaa ltnn.lrM
C TaltntHft-' i4rm Land, tvsba nlUV.,
ba tbiwsM4ofaKHa! MaTiteU, Tii.
iijatiiabIa,Ufldaiwt will b taetl vtsjaWat