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jVqfcall attention lo the follawing advcv
twements which appear in this morning's
paparforJhcC iirsl time. JThe reader i
rerredRei'lhcsi in aaolhor column r
ntr to chance Lis .hhsirieaa. "Mr.
IlKfck jirupesea la sell hlf stOQk of
and orniH. a eoou.cnnncc -mr
tHoee hayiuz an car for inuta
)Mr. WmgimHww has a store in aood
leootiqnjr rent: ' r
AgcnU are wanted for tlitsjife, letters,
Mieoehw, etc, of Alexander IT. Stephens.
Consult advertisement for further in forma-
tl&B ' '
A young man desires a sitiiatiwi at any
thing at wnttUt he can 1 mtful.
Jlolilers eT- notes of the Panteri', Bank
will Tinil' wmrthing to their interest by
.adine the notice of Mr. D. "Weaver.
Lewis Tillman, trnatee, will tell some
valuable land, as well as farm tocl', in
Nowsom, G lever Ac, advertwc a tract of
valuable land in "Williamson county for
ate. This land lies adjacent to Franklin,
and will be sold at a bargain.
,Ke.A.,r. Ifcird, D. U, will deliver a
Mamnlc address at 2.IoKendree Chrtrcb,
TJ&ipdaj niglit, at 7 o'clock the anni-vet-wry
ef&t. John, the Evangelist Pne
TIh! dwelling Loose Xo. 15, North Sum
mer street is for rent. Also a farm of one
'hundred ami eighty acre. Terra, etc., ean
b&a$orained by application to Mr. Cart
'wrighat the Bank of Commerce.
-'The tea mere .Nashville, Talisman and
Itm'ma FWyd, are advertised to leave on
Mr. Bearer notifies the public through
or column", that Tie will sell valuable land
in Giles county.
r In, our spapial column will he found, the
card'ef M$ TV. E. Ward, in reforenee to
his Seminary for young ladies.
The law card f Gen. W. B. Bate and
Frank E. Williams is amongst our adver
, tUetneot. After die first of January next
thir office will be over the banking house
ef Wing, Tobey & Co.
Blank Leases Of the most' approved
fermfbeautifnlly printed on. excellent pa
per, for pale at this office.
, Tnroity was quite livelyjesterday, as a
matter of course. Santa Claus was making
preparations all day long for the happiness
he is bestowing this morning. Ife is a
Ben floLMBR, one of Frank PairishV
employee, was brutally stabbed Saturday
nlgnt by an&iher negro, wtthdiil 'cause.
Holmes, though terribly cut, is in no dan
ger of losing hhv life.
G n rat bargains Wdry ;a6tl, at"
Camtjion, Quran & Co.
children attached to St. Peter's
Church, in North Nashville, hail a delight
ful Ghristmas festival last evening, com
menoing at five o'clock. Presents were
'fttriiWed to about eighty children.
Tbaxk Airrs, a negro man, was badly
hurt l&st Sunday, by a plank which fell
from the top of the Maxwell House on his
.head, suiting the, scalp to the bone. He
swai "insensible fer some time, bnt revived
and wns lorne ofT.
Wk lid the , pleasure last evening of
meeting with J. MaLeod Keating, Esq., of
the Memphis Argn ami (UmmeteM, and
IMfjjjrtBiirreftl, j)t lie Cincinnati Gagette.
TheawirrHiiWahiiiloif', and are going
South with the Congrcsioiial excursion
j tart v.
' MIr ymi'wsnt a beanliful black or fait-y
silk dress jtattern, for a small sum of money,
igoln Camhrox, Grihr( C)i
Tub Spkuck Stkhet IUii.hoah. The
material for this road is being rapidly ilia-
.tributed along its Hot, and it will soon be
1 laid down, and the cars placed upon it.
. Our friends will be onablcd to lake a seat
in those caw by or before tho end January.
Wo wish this line the most abundant sile
Si'fSHcii by Ghn. Howard. General
Howard, the Chief of the FreedmenV Bu
reau, atldrmwed a small audience of our
loredjpopulatien and a ,few whites, last
night, in the Representative Hall at the
Cntiitol. His remarks were quite enter
taining, and were received with occasional
t.Uemeimcations ot satisiacitnn.
Cm MR On Sunday la3l n gentleman,
residing along tho road near Antiooh, was
slopped by a white man and a negro, and
his. money demanded of him. He put- his
' han'd ln his pocket, as if to get his purse,
but iiwlead drew out a revolver, with which
he, fired at the negro and killed him. The
negro's confederate fled, and, though hotly
pursued, BHPceedcd in making his escape.
Thk toy shops, confectioneries, fancy
stores. elc of onr citv, were never better
supplied with Christmas goods than yes
terday. Almost everything imaginable
was to be found in their stocks; and.jiot-
withstandinc the scarcity of money, the ag
gregate of sales wai large. The lxys, as
usual, enjoyed themselves hugely, and the
little guls wore not ucninu. a pleasant
season to alt is our greeting.
Mr. CnARLns FarisS, n very respectable
young man, n oilitcn of Huntsville, Ala.,
was shot and badly wounded, in that place.
on last Friday, by a rtranger named Mitch
ell, hailing from Carroll county, Tenn.,
who nroved to be insane. Mitchell ap
peared to be laboring undar the apprehen
sion that a man namcu uraay, wnom nc met
on the cars, wished to kill him, snd mis
took Fanss for the man.
We will sell our dress goods for
menev than these that advertise te sell at
Cameron, Grier & Co.
A rasoau.Y attempt was made Saturday
night to throw the passenger train on the
Nashville ana Decatur Railroad from the
track, at Spring Hill. It was dene In-
breaking open the switch, and fixing h t-o
the oars would not remain on the track.
The engine, tender, laggage and express
cars went ell, but the passengers cars re
mained ea. Hmmilv no one was hurt
Only a fiend could have leen cnilt v of such
a picee of villainy, jMpanliiing the lives of
hnndrcds f innocent perwnfc
Griiat bargains in dress Roods and
cloak, at Camrro.v, Ghivir. Ca
' iifiRi nHK'! lrMonuy morning a
Tore hrok out in a frame Ituihliftg n the
rttrner f 'Chreh anil McCreary sreeK
Iwyonil the Chattanooga depot, occupied by
Mr. Flnnegan. It lmrned rapidly and was
soon Mrlroyti, involving Itie trame tene
ment di(MniBE, ocvtmieil bv Mr. Xclson.
Snarculv a vestiee of either of Ihesc tenc-
nienta rewalnt. Mrs. l'uckelt'a Loading
honc a very neat and suliflanlial brick,
noxl in feors, waenMileral)lyilamagel.
rtnnoflsns urn, we are mteriHCHi. a
covereil by ax insurance of S2,(HK) : Nel
wnir$i4 Mm. PmOwtt wa ah fully
lry want to buy dry eod ttai, go
W V Ml RON, ItRtEtt V t o.
llOMlCiMtOH THK FRAXK1.1N PlKF. -
9"My Ten1r,, wf ItNtrnthat a hc-
' greimatt Mas kilW tinder the fellowir.r
-4ijtF"'?5",Ky: A wagwn ilrivi'nliy a
while man named Brown, was ipiielly pro-'
veiling almw the twniHke, near Brenl-
. -wdn veu by a neera. One or the other failed
--.re tlie ttwd aeenrding to rwtotn, nwl
r Jln . Some wprO ensue.!,
gie rMHtf whieli Ma, the negro left 1ms
amuaiancc- ami, in a inreaiening manner.
nnproachrit Ir. (irown. sayine he coMld
qsh a ouier IHOpie. tie was
proceeding ta carry his threat into esecn-
tlonvwhcn Brown shot him. The wound
iSJsjjfi&tel, fiai the ngro, whee name we
..did nonearn, neu in two or three hours.
Ve are net 'inCorrfipd whnlhpr Rmwrv mi 1
. iarrested, or any other facts Jn reJation to
r&SksSni&R lanre lot sf carru ll
t. rn '
" OaR-ViPiTORs:oF-TiiK Pkiss. On-ye--
terday we had, the pleasure of meeting
Messrs.' Wcdderburu of tlie A'owsai in
teUigeneer ; Spalding, of the New York
Htmld; Burnett, of the Cincinnati Eh
gnirer; Keating, of tlie Memphis Commer
cial ami Argue; and Dougherty, of the
Louisville Jowrkoi. These gentlemen are
traveling with the Congressional tourists.
Death of a Worthy Citizen. Col.
Franlc McQavock, We are pained lojstale
miii on iuc Miu uisiani, at ma resi
dence, near this-city, on the. Harding
pike. He was one of dur oldest and
worthiest citizens; distinguished for his
intelligence, enterprise and industry,
and for the generous Iiospitality dis
pensed to all who visited him at his elegant
and luxurious home. No man in our midst
held a greater share of the esteem and
confidence of our citizens. A kind hus
band and father, a trne friend, an able and
sagacious counsellor, his memory will long
live green in the hearts of all who knew
him. His funeral will take place at his
residence this morning at 10 o'clock.
The Congressional Tourists Their Re
ception and Entertainment, etc.
These gentlemen reached our city yester
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. They were re
ceived at Chattanooga by a committee of
. t . s. .. . M ....
me mty inncii ana ot citnens, including
Mr. Burns and Col. Innis, of the Nashville
Tlie party consisted of
Senator Footer, President of the Senate,
Senator Wade, of Ohio,and lady
Senator Lane, of Indiana, and lady.
Senator Ramsey, of Minnesota, lady and
Senator Norton, of Minnesota.
Representative Thomas, of Maryland;
Loflin, of Ifew York; Whaley, of West
irginia ; Marshall, of Hlinois.;. Kerr, of
Indiana ; Haynes, of Ohio ; and Hubble,
ofOhio together with the distinguished
railroad managers, Col. Owen, of the Vir
ginia and Tennessee Railroad, and Colonel
Sara. Tate, of the Memphis and Charles
ton, and the Reporters of the National Ini
Idligtncer, New York Herald, Cincinnati
Qatette, and Memphis Commercial and Art
gut, besides the reception committee and
On their arrival (they visited Mrs. ex
President Polk, and wore received and
hospitably entertained. They then visited
the State Capitol,, and expressed pleasure
at the good taste and imposing grandeur of
At six o'clock a magnificent dinner was
spread at the St. Cloud Hotel, the bill of
which embraoetl every delicacy that the
human appetite could crave. After which
the flow of wine and sentiment began and
continued until the hour for the departure
of our diftinguished guests arrived.
The first toast offered was by the Presi
dent s "To our guests and a speedy restora
tion ot the Federal Union,"
This was responded to ty Senator Foster.
President of the Senate, who exprejsed
briefly his suprise and gratification at the
cordial reception the party had met with
on their arrival in Nashville. He did not
propose to make a speech, butirusted that
the spirit which induced the sacrifices for
the Upion would be rewarded by it3 ex
tortion. Senator Wade being loudlv called for,
responded by saying that he tlid not enter
upon this excursion for the purpose of
making sppechew. He came to see the
people and to learn their condition and
views, and he would not depart from his
purpose. If all theSouth and of IheNorth
were lo call upon him he would not be
diverted from his resolution. He acknowl
edged, graaionsly, the sumptuous reception,
and satd if thev received such receptions
throughout the South on their route of
travel it would be more than they could
Senator Ramsey being next called upon,
niade a happv and patriotic response, re
curring briefly to the condition of the coun
try, anil expressing a fervent desire for a
complete restoration of former relations.
Senator Lane followed in response to a
unanimous call, in a verv liannv effort. nro-
nouncing the war closed, as he sincerely
hoped, forever. He alluded lo tho peculiar
resources of lennewee, and especially
those of "Robertson county," which brought
down the house.
Representative Thomas', of Maryland.
followed in a most happy convivial efibrt.
referring to the handsome reception, and
to the supremacy of the old flag, in which
all joined in the most hearty applause.
Our own distinguishou and venerable
fellow-citjzen, ex-Gov. Neill S. Brown
followed in a speech replete with eloauence
and good sense, which was heartily received
by all present.
ucn. Howard, of tholreedman's Bureau.
was next loudly called for from all parts of
the house, and responded by saying he had
fought the South, as he would all who would,
seek to overthrow th government in the
jast or in the future; but these things hav-
Representative Kerr, of Indiana, was
next heard from in a speech replete with
patriotic and national sentiments, referring
to the resources of Tennessee, predicting
and hoping Rhe would Boon .become the
Pennsylvania of the South.
Gen. Geo. Maney, of this citv. was next-
urougiu 10 ins leei, anu maae one oi me
most chaste and elegant speeches of the
occasion. He said that time' was the best
physician of the national ills, and would
prove the moat efleciivo agent in the cure
of supposed diseases with which the coun
try is nmlcteu. lie trusted that the people
of both sections would soon see and feel
the interests, prosperity and happiness of
both n a restoied Union, and that all tlie
ills of the body politic would find their
remedy in a healthful and lasting confrater
nity, and an established peace on the basis
of universal friendship.
Mayor Malt. JJrown responded to a
hearty call in a few remarks expressive of
the happiness of tho citizens of JJashville
in the presence of the distinguished guests,
and his ardent desire that the excursion
should meet with no accident, and that the
tour might redound to the pleasure of the
excursionists and the good of the country.
at oeing announced mat me time or de
parture was near at hand, John Kirkman.
Esq., tho President of the festival, rosoand
proposed the following
May the next war be one of Northern
capital and skilled labor on the resources
ol tho mountains of Tennessee ; and may
the former be victorious and the latter
compelled to give up all their wealth."
Sim. Tate. Esq.. President of the Mem
phis and Charleston Railroad, then ex
tended a oordial invitation to all the citi
zens of this seetion of the State to join the
excursion. This brought Colonel Mark
land, the U. 8. General Mail Agent, to his
fcet; who stated that nil who accepted the
invitation should lfe hospitably entertained
on the train.
Mr. Burns, of the Nashville and ClmtU-
nooga read, being complimented for the
prompt and suoccaUul management of his
part of the programme, replied In patri
otic sentiment to tho Gongress;and wishing-
tne excunioniiiH a impny and sate journey
to their destination and on their return.
The party then left the St. Cloud. Pome
making a hasty visit lo the Orphans Fair.
ami a lew partaking or tlie private, hospi
talities of Mr. Burns at his private resi
dence. All left well pleased, and in the
best of humor, and th6e of our citizens
who were imrticipanls in the reception de
lighted both-with the opportunity of re
ceiving in Apivsial way the distinguished
visitors, and fhe,genrral good feeling mani-
icted on-all hands. '
: rr -
Niaii.hctrp OoroHs Jkso Coux. Few
art aware 6f Ihe imitortance'of checking a
Cough or "Common Cold," in its first
stage; that which ill the beginning would
yield lo a milil remedv. if neglect d. soon
preys upon the Lungs. llroicn's 2?nw
rkml Dree)" or Couqh Loxenoes. afford
TllCjiew.stock of rflrtwta J .iiiAt 'Jvvivl
Iff Cameron. Grier A Co.. are iht fiiiMt
they liave ever had In their ho4&e and atf
aio mired. iKt aequalntanre of the 1st
Fh:k MedAVoai:. are rweklully Invited to
attend nil Funeral at his renSdeare Sretallesoa
in.jiannas: nice, at W B-ctefk. tht momlnr;
DiThHterrkes br ep- Mm. pjs p.n ..i
iwislr """" V V
. Jnttn.Annn ft vcj l?trLrtr A T 'l'li A.onfpr.
tatnmentjiforthe' beneht of, the orphans
onened'last night-at Masonic Hall. "The
attendance was full, but not as great as it
would have bcen,"bUt for the Congressional
banquet. The appointments, however, were
complete; and in the best, taste. The. .coir
lection of articles on exhibition re very se
lect, and will be increased in richness and
Tariety from day "to day. Thb ladies the
'minipters of good were present in great
number, and thewhole scendin Ihespacious
hall was highly attractive. We cannot at
tempt a-depcription of the many noticeable
features of the festival. The stalls and
stands are arranged in the best possible
Among them we notice one whose in
"He that givethtathe i-ooclendeth to the Lord.''
If yon llkt the terurity down with the dot.
This table was literally loaded with a va
rietyjof articles .books, pictures, and every
thing to captivate the eye and delight the
Mrs. Cooper's table was luscious with
cakes -and confectionery of all sorts, and
graced with, an array of attendants that
put to shame all that art can do in the way
The orphans table, in charge of Mrs.
Montague; assisted by several other ladies,
is one of the finest featnres of the hall, and
was liberally patronized. The tables of Mre.
H.K. Walker and Mrs. Fox Wharton, were
alao highly decorated. At the latter table
the balloting for the- Minister's writing
desk proceeeed with great animation. The
"wheel of fortune" was in constant revolu
tion, and was attended by many applicants.
We noticed also the table of Miss Nannie
Eakin, with its pplendid display of dolls,
toys, pictures, etc.; and also the orphans
cigar store, in charge of Miss Sue Woods
The festival was attended during the
evening by many of the celebrities of the
city, among whom we noticed Maj. Gen.
Cheatham, of this State, and Senator Nor
ton, of Minnesota.
At this lafehourwecannot do full justice
to the Fair, but will endeavor to givo fuller
notes during its progress.
' Dok't ail to go to Cameron. Grier &
Co.'a. and see the new styles of carpeting
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE CO.
llic Untitling at
n f the 1'nlon.
lX I I IN.
qiHIH COMPANY, ESTABLISHED IN mi-
dlu, Ilonwliold Furniture, and other property, on
tba most liberal lermi... i'lre.-Mulne, and luUnd
lilts taVcu at lovrest rates.
fST Lotx-s liberally adjusted and promptly paid ky
Jai. P. KiKKHaN.
R. C. UcNalKT.
0. K. Uiluav,
W. II. Evanj.
n n M. vunv i,M.nt
G. D. HlOKS, Swri-tary. aspS-Cmap
Saturday, January 12, 1866.
Paul IJeecli vs. h. F. Beech.
TN l'URSUANCR OP A DECREE OF THE
X Chancerr Court at Nashville. I will sell at
tlie Court Honse, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1807,
A lot in North Ntelnille. beginn'uiK at the cor
ner of an alley on Jlaslarx, street, 179 feet west of
.MrI,emore itrcot, and running tbence lir. leet to
the south corner of Hailam's Addition, extend
ing back about Xeet to a 12 foot alley, bainz
the same property convej'etl to L. F. Ueech by
.i. K. itumonueon, Micnn. uy ueea registered in
Uook No. 31, J'aeo 121.
Teems of Salk Credits of 0. 12 and 13 monlhs,
without interest. Notes required with onnroved
security, and lien retained. Sale free from re
demption. .MUKlUiX 11. HUH Klilj. v. ami.M. .
R. McP. Smith
, Adm'r, vs.
Eli L. AVoods
TN 1'URSnANCE OP A DECREE OP THE
JL Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named cause, I will sell at the
Court House at
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 18G7,
All the right, title, claim and interest of Eli L.
Woods in and to the house and lot on the cor
ner of Summer and Deaderick streets, known as
the "Planters' Hotel."
Terus or oalk Credits of six. twelve and
eighteen months, without interest. Notes ro-
uiredwitu approvedsecunty, anu lien retained,
ale free from redemption.
MORTON 11. HOWELL, C. and M.
R. McP, Fmilhnnd others vs..F. P. Cook.
N-PURSUAN0B OF A DU0REE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nahvllle in the above-
named cause, rendere.1 at the May Term, 1306, 1
will sell at the Court House at Nashville, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1807,
The following lots in Batch A- Whiteside's Addi
tion to Nashville, viz:
1. Lot No. 1 of Lot No. S7. fronting 75 feet on
College street, and running back along Jackson
street WA feet.
2. hots N os. land z or hot iso. ll, lronting,
together. 100 feet on Water street, opposite the
TiBMi-Sii, twelve and eighteen months'
credit. Notes required with personal security.
and lien retained, and sale free from redemption.
.MORTON a. HOWKhh. C. and M.
John Frierson, -Adm'r, Vs. John "Williams
A. Whcless vs. James Whelesa and others.
N rORSl'ANCK OF DECREES OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville. 1 will sell at
the Court House, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1807,
The very commodious Brick Dwelling on High
street, tho second door in tho rear of Dickey's
Mill, the lot fronts 23 feet 6 inches and runs back
200 feet to the Tennessee and Alab&nr.a Railroad.
This house is now occupied by Mr. I'lunkett,
who will furnish any desired information.
Persons dosirinz a convenient residence are
requested to examine the premises before the
day of sale. .
Trails or Sali Credits of sir, twelve, eigh
teen and twenty-four months, with interest from
day of sale. Notes required with approved so
curity, and a lien retained.
Sale tree trom redemption.
MORTON ll- HOWELL, C. and M.
NO.! 32 CHURCH STREET,
HAS ALWAYS ON nAND A OOOD As
and WINDOW SHADES.
HUTCHISON & FLEMING
Are prepared to do HOUSE. S10N. and BAN
NER I'AIMINO in all branches and In supe
rior style. Paint Shoiv Corner Hank and Print,
ens' Alley. nov2-tf
IN COMPLIANCE WITH A LAW OF THE
1 ty of Nashville, the Committee on rhe
Workhouse will receive sealed proposal until
I velve o'clock on Tuesday, the 25tfi December
tftant, fur furnishing the Workhouse with
ound, merchantable meats for the use of the
inmate for the ensuing twelve monthsthe
ouanttty to be furnished as mar bo demanded.
The law reouircs the funtrart tn e awarded to
Iht lowest bidder. .
lranmBl shonlJ be left with the underlined
at the Hermitajre lloiisi. Church street, by or
decW lw Ch'n Workhouse Com
Wholesale and Retail Book Trade.
..- ELECTED. RSMCIALLY FOR HOLIDAY
O Saut1P- n,l fr ',e at our usual low rates.
SKW AJin KtTOAST
Bible. Prayer an t Hymn Books;
Juvenile (lift and Toy Books;
Ladies' Writing Detks ana Pert Folios;
f1. ..I I'.uu Itajikvta a.nd VrafM!
' Chtatmetj anU Boards. Dnmlpocs and Checker
Mill epen on Saturday.Dec 22. a large inroleer
Ol Illustrated sianaaru ioei. misceuaueuus
andlPepular JurenUa. Books, Messrs. Crosby Jt
Ainsworta s rubiications.
WM QAMBLK i CO..
dealP-lw a Cherry street.
k FOR RENT.
THK BUILDINQ UK0N AS TH DIS
PATCH Printing Oaica. corner Hank and
Printers VAUcvsIt is wellauapted.for a rrintint
nfft-' KflrartiirSEaetorv.'flr 6ther enrcoicj.
JtpWtVWriBf WMlaeerthls Office, or tn.Dr,
J. lSt hisdtity. SB A. wnerry sireeu
Tainted, a situation by a roone Inan, a na
tive of this city. s Clerk, or anythtpr 'atwhiehij
he can be usefully employed. Will do 'his nt-J
jnost for hU employers' interest. Can cive pood
city reference. Address " Clebx," 102 North
Market-street.' ' dze22t
W. E. Word Seiulnary for Tonne
IjiiHcx, Xo.T.0 Sprace sitweC-rHBjlsBsJ
OVBUUL iiLlTUU 1A TU& C7TATK. AnOgTTlUe OI
icbolaribip equal to any school in the North.
A corps of Teachers excelled by none, The
Music Department, Terr superior, each pripil
practising on a neir piano in a nice warm room
alene. Latin it a specialty 'thoroughly; taught,
without extra charge. French by a native
teacher. The table comforts fully with the char
acter of the school.
Pupils entering with the new year will have
sir successive months for study. "
W. IL Warp, Principal.
Curlattuaa and New Yenr'n Girt .4. A
large lot of Photograph Album's, Port Folios, a
new style of Writing -Desks, and mny other
articles rmt&ble for citls. Call at ence-
C; D. BENSON,
dec23-tf SlTnion street.
Buy One of Thofte useful and elegant
BLACK SILKS at Thompson Brothers, and
make your wife happy on Christmas inorninz.
Always in Fnablon. Those beauliful
Point Lace Handkerchiefs and Collars, Just re
ceived at Thompson Brothers, are always appro
priate for Christmas QIRs. dce22-3t
Don't Forjjct the Christmas Cloaks and
Furs that the Thompson Brothers are sellins so
Special Kotlce. Those who have not
already teen .supplied with pure Scotch and
Irish Whisky, and other fins Liquors for Holldsy
use, are hereby notified to appear with their
demijohns and kegs for replenishing, at
dec21-2 No. 21 South Market street.
Importaut.Onandalierthelst day of Jan
uary, 1367, license of every description, mut be
renewed the day they expire and all persons
commencing business, mnst obtain license In ad
Owned of Vehicles, licensed by law, are in
cluded in th¬ice,-i well as aUothera,engaged
taiuiinesa of any kind, which require Jtcenre
to he first had and obtained.
A rigid enforcement of the laws in such cases'
has become necessary, anil all delinauents in
future, will bo held to the strictest acceuntabili
ty.for their neglect -in this jSartieulars - 2$7i
He latt notice. Rost. C.'FnaTKE, 3d, '
dec20 tlstJan. Recorder.
Clirlsiiurw.-Isadqre Oianne? di; Summer
street, lircady to Jurniih all styles "of Christ
mas confections, sugar toys, candles, cakes;
etc.. at as low figures as any wholesale house in
the city. As all hia foods are of home manufac
ture, ho has a peculiar claim on the patronc.se of
our people. declS-lw
Why Delay purchasing your Coal until you
are entirely out and the weather bitlnj cold,
when Knight Bros., No. 49 Church struct, are
selling thelr choice Bound Coal atjONLY $0.00
PER LOAD, delivered In any part of the city.
Tlie Befit Blncksmltb Conl in. thtf city
for sale by Knight Bros, at Twenty Cents per
bushel. Abo packed in hogsheads ready far
shipment In a moment's notice. de.cS
Seasoned 1'opular Lumber, corner o
Crawford and North Summer streets ftf
Yellow Pino Floorlnc-ratlow nrlces. cor
ner of frawibrdandNorth Summer sts. Itf
Bnlldlnff lumber of all kiuds. corner m
Crawford and North Summer streets, . tf
fedat I'ostn and Fencing: Lumber.
cornerof Crawford and North Summer streets.
While Pine Flooring manufactured bv
Knight Bro.'s, on Rolling Mill Hill, for sale at
reduced prices. Office. No. 49 Church street.
Jn.it Received, a large assortment of Ladies
Dress Furs and Hats' at Lasds 1c Bko.'s.
novl-2m ' 41 NorthColleaa street.
A Scire Pile Cure. Da. Gii.bkbt's Pile
IxSTBtniKST positively cures the worst cases of
piles. Sent by mail on receipt of SI. Circulars
free. Sold by Druggists. Agents .wanted'oyery
where. Address J. B. Romaisk. Manager. No.
575 Broadway. New York. InovlT 3ra
For Christmas; Gifts. Toys, Dolls, Fancy
(loods. Work Boxes, False Faces, and Willow
Ware, In great variety.
1.9 Union f trtet.
Wln"i ! I From the Loxqworth Vineyard
and Wino House, Cincinnati.
W. P. 1c F. P. AxniRsosr. Proprietors.
Golden WeddlncSparltllnff Catawba,
Dry Catawba, Isabella, etc. These Wines
are furnished nt much lower rates than imported
goods, and for purity and boquet are excelled 3 b
none either native or foreign.
AacnEn Cueathau & Co.
Kline Jc Srrhmi.v.
R. B. Cheatham 4 Co.
For Attorney General Elventh Ju
dicial District. We are authorized to an
nounce A. C. IltCKEr, Kaq, as a candidate for
Attorney General, for the Eleventh Judicial
District, composed of the counties of Giles, Mar
n ball. Maury, Lawrence, Lewis and Hickman.
Boots and Shocfl Cheap at SO Public
Square. In consequence of a contemplated
change in my business, I offer the best selection
of Boots and Shoes at greatly reduced prices.'
The buyer he he a consumer or a merchant
will Burely profit by examining my stock of
goods before supplying himself, as I am quite in
earnest to give bargains. Max. L. Gvttmak.v.
Cholco Groceries nt Totten'a. Arrived
at last, the following carefully selected and
richly prepared (roods, which he is celling very
iow for cash, at wholesale and retail: Fresh can
ned fruits, green peas, corn, egff plumbs, green
gages, shaker preserves, guars jelly, calves feet
jelly. Cox's gelatine, aerated crackers, dried
plumbs, blackberries and currants, oat meal sago,
tapioca, satingloss starch, Java, Laguayra, To
cha, Maricabo and Rio coffees. Also, imparled
and domestic wines and brandies, at W. W
Totten'a 21 and 23 College street Nashville.
To Consumptives. Tho Advertiser, hav
ing been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, afterhavingsuuered several
years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption Is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it. he will send a copy of the
prescription used, (free of charge), with the di
rections for preparing and using the same, which
they will find a sure Core for Consumption',
Asthma, Bronchitis, At. The only object of
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, U to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
whleh he conceives to be invaluable -, and hopes
every sufferer will try this remedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing- the prescription, will please
address Rev. KDWARD A, WILSON.
Willianubunr. Kings county. New York,
No. 11 Public Square,
-.-. 4 -. .
fXFFERH AT,REDUOED PRICES AN KLE-
v gant stocK or
MEN'S AND BOYS' T
TRUCKS; ' ' " ' i' ir '
A largo assortment of
Pino Beaver Over-coats,
tit very lowprieea.
H. A. HUNTINGTON,
decll-ly sp 1 Public Hpuare.
St. Eon Is, Missouri,
Hatoh, Weaver, Pelt & Co.,
NEW,, AND COMFORTABLE
J. d eii oe. oa'Wtaplot street. South
-llklMMJl.t.ii.uaMlnn A ..I.
-V- - . . - - i .11. - tAk-t-c
old opened inNcw York1 yestetdayttjfc'
, was i 131 3Pll:30i& closeda?
133. The ra(S here w9.i?130 huying;; and
J33 selling; -,
Government mnirities were qtioteil in
New York yesterday as follows:
5-31. reeisteTeJ 105
3Srai series. conpon-A--S lOtHlOp
.1 finrifM rnnnnns ...... iui
5-20; ncii Issue ....
Sterling exchnnge " was quoted in New
York yesterday at 1091 H0. t
There was Tery liltle doing, yesterday,'
among our bankers and brokers. Exchange
nn New York is taken at c discount, and
i sold at par. Bank of Tennessee is firm
.at 50c buying and 54c selling. Planters'
Bank is bought at S2c, and is sold at S3c ;
while Union Bank notes are firm at SOc
buyinj: and S2c selline;. The holders of the
tiotes of the Planters' Bank will find a very'
impbrtantnotice in the advertising columns
of this morning's Union and Dispatch.
SoutBern'-bank'notes continue verySnll,
and we hear of no improvement in rates.
Nashville corporation checks are taken
at I2c discount.
Tennessee bonds' sqld iii" New York on
tlie 20lh inst. asVollows : $1,000 ex. cou
nona at C91c S18.000 at C9!c, and 1,000
with coupons at 92o; and oh the 21st, $15
000 new at 7dct and $15,000 ex. coupons at
C9Jc. ' -
Gold han declined in New York to 133J,
and it is the opinion in financial qnarfers
that it will fall still further. One of the
operative causes or the decline of the
price of gold is, that the Bank of England
has reduced its rate of interest to three and
a half per, cent., which shows that gold is
not wanted there, and further shipments of
gold from.this country need not be expected
at present certainly not to an amouht ex
ceeding the-receipts of coin and hullidh
from the Pacific.
The New York JW, of the afternoon of
the20tfi jn9tT,jnst., nay: . x '
"The heavy gold speculators appear to be still
operatinefot a fall, anil as they control a very
lanre capital, they have again put down the price
to-day. One of tho expedients of which they aro
mnlririir net) vAnsntn further their monev-makins:
scheme is to circulate the rumor that the Trcas-
hit !i in thn market ns n seller. And as the
government transactions m gold are kept secret,
there is no means by which merchants who want
to buy cold can Verify or contradict tho rumor.
Wlinf in tmnnrliint'far the srcnerAl nubile to re
member is. that the fall ia -artificial. It results:
cruelly from speculative causes. .
"Tneso causes have no connection whatever
with the depreciation or appreciation of the cur
rency, any more than the artificial movements;
nflha ntiMgilrrr in ti thermometer, which is bo-
ing tampered with, have any connection with tho
surrounding temperature, or give any useful in
dication Of its varying legrcei of heat and eold.
If a man wants to buy gold with greenbacks, ha
can get the precious metal cheaper so long as tho
nrtifle inl ifonre&fiion of the premium is continued:
but if, as is the case with tho people at large, pa
per money is wanted tn meet ordinary expendi-1
tureorto purchase the necessaries ot me, tne
value or purchasing power of greenbacks i regu
lated br theirrcdunuancy andconsequcnt depre
A few 'old 5-20:4 are reported to have
been shipped from Europe in consequence
of the fall in gold.
Money is fo abundant in England that
the Bank of England has reduced thgTrate
of interest to 31 per cent., and in New York
any amount can he obtained at 5G per
cent. While these markets are so well sup
plied, those of tlie West and South are re
markably close. The Chicago Tribune of
the 22dinst. p.iy.i: "The deposit lines at
the banks are light, and from all sources
wehearcoinplaints of the scarcity of money.
The demand for accommodation, by pro
vision and produce dealers, is in excess of
the abilities of the discount houses, and
many liorrowers are turned away empty
handed." -In Cincinnati, the movements
in the money market continue in the direc
tion of greater stringency. The Cincinnati
Gazette furnishes an explanation of this
state of affairs when it says: "The strin
gency is aggravated somewhat by the order
ing in, peremptorily, of call loans. The
pork trade is now, for the first time, maki ig
a serious impression on the money market.
For several days the receipts have averaged
12,000 per day, which absorbs $175,000 per
day of currency. This is mainly carried
directly to the country. It will come back
after awhile, of course, but meantime we
are to have a heavy outward current, with
a light return flow."
Congress should bear in mind that the
great financial necessity of the government
is the consolidation of our debt into some
kind of long bonds", bearing a reasonable
rateof interest, and all its legislation should
bend to the accomplishment of this purpose,
and In all its deliberations this, object should
be kept steadily and constantly in view. It
mav not seem so much of an immediate ne-
jcesity, but jt should be remembered that
linfinSitheivparlSriT nnil!l8G8. iricliidine
i$jj---p? j yr vjj-y ' "
the national debt not fpresented for pay
ment, nearly a thousand millions, or nearly
one-half the whole of our public debt, will
mature, upon; which the holders can de
mand payment if they choose. The next
two years will be the most perilous time in
our financial history, and, unless the public
finances are managed with the mo9t con
summate ability, the government will find
itself involved in grave- embarrassments.
It is in view of the immense sums falling
due within the next two years, 'and. the ne
cessity which may arise for again appealing
to the people with another- popular loan,
and the absolute, certainty that the govern
ment must either ask-the public to. take a
fresh loan, or the holders of its indebted
ness to accept long bonds in place of those
maturing, that strong protestshave been
tillered against any tinkering with the cur-
.Teucy. it is claimed tliat ly disturDing tne
currency now, the government will prevent
itself from making any satisfactory arrange
ment wi(h the holders or it3 maturing in
debtedness; it-will;make-every holder of a
7-;30 and compound interest note clamorous;
for the redemption of the, notes, and, at the
Bame time, deprive itself of the means of
obtaining the money with which tq-redeem
them. Whatever currency evib may exist,
and no one denies their existence, .they
mut continue until this crisis in the gov
eminent finances is safely pa3t. We may
try to remedy them now, Tint every efibrt
only sinks n deeper. Tiie only course
open to us is lo float with the stream until
a safe landing place is reached.
An Interesting and important trial, in
which eminent counsel, including Eeverdy
Johnson, wete engaged, hx just terminated
at Baltimore. The circumstances of the
.case were these; In October, 1SG1, a man
named Bogle employed Thomas C. Carson,
a broker of high standing in Baltimore, to
Huy gold cola for him, to be carried on a
margin. In November, Carson bought
$6,000 at !252, through brokers in New
York, and Bogle deposited gold coins with
Carsop, la serve 33 margin, to which addi
tions of coin and railway bonds were undo
after his death hy Bogle's, wife. In April,
1805, Carsori called, for more marginrbut
the widow did Ttot comply, and the gold
was sold at 150, showing a loss of 100. Mrs,'
Bogle was advised that she had been badly
used by Carson, and brought suit to recover
the value of the margins. Tt appears on
trial that the pnrchase for Bogle had been
effecled by carrying to Carson's credit, in"
account with his agents, the sum. of gold
.ordered to ,Le purchased, xn by charging'
lilra with the value thereof in paperjtaoney.
AH the dealings between these parties
(which were very. Vxlensltrejwfirfelcarried
into-thb general account, and in Decern
herj J864, fijl the rold jrhichihad len pur
chased for account of Carson had been sold f
ont, and lie hall "become "uliort' to a con-
I .toJMk-t A 'it...t .
- " - ; . ;".VVS;-r
menton tho legality of tliuunadeof tran-
I sacttng btHines, Judge .Martin instructed
the jury to the following effect:
i. mat by tne ceneral law Larson was bourn
to have paid (he purchase money for tho coli
purehasedt- for aecoant of Boris,- and. to .haVS
taken'that com intohli own possession : amlun-
i cm mai ne couia snow toat by special agree
ment between himsflf and Itosle the money was
to remain in tho hands of hU arents in New
1 ork.-suyect to thcirliert for the money expend
ed in the purchase' thereof, and for any Valance
wnicn mignt appear to ne aue on ceneral ac
count, the execntrix of Bosle had a ru-ht tn ri.
pudiate the purcbasn..aad to claim a return of
me marsins. or 01 lueir values, aiuia respective
times of their deposit.
2. That br the ceneral law. and indenenrfmt
oi any special usage, a oroker or otner factor is
bound to retain possession of the thine purchased
for account of Lis nrincinal. In the case of iml.l
coin, which has in itself notbinr to- UUtinsaiih
its raluo from other irold coin of like denomina
tion, the broker .fulfills his duty by kecpinr on
hand, clear of all other contracts, an amount nr
roiu coin ot an equivalent value to mat which
was purchased. Hence, if Carson had taken into
his actnal possession the cold coin which he h.nl
ostensibly purchased for Bogle, and had subse
quently appropriated the same to his awn nse,
the plaintiff would be entitled to recover, nnle&s
Carson could show tho existence of a usago
"uniform, definite, reneral nnrf -well knnirn "
Which authorized a broker to sell or nthenrlA
nse or appropriate gold coin which he had pur
chased for account of his customer.
The jury, under these instructions, found
a verdict for the plaintiff for the full value
of her demand.
COTTON MARKET. j
There was but little done in cotton to
day, owing to the nearness of Christmas.
A few small lots, were sold, the highest
figure paid being 23c.
Southern Cotton Markets.
Chielxstox. December 22. p. u. The cotton
market is irregular and declining, gales, 1P0
. tUTAK.tiH, Dec. 22. r. m. Tho cotton market
is depressed and declining. Middling, 32c.
Mobile. Dec. 21. Cotton sales for the week,
lt300 bales; receipts for the same period. 13.SVS
bales; exports, 9,033 bales; stock on hand and
on shipboard. 71.341 balai; nnaold 40.000 hulas
sales to-day. l.S'JO bares, at 3i;$32c; market
mobile, uec. 22, p. v. Cotton sales 1.200 bales,
with fair demand: factors Eenerallvsellen. The
lower grades aro in good demand, closing quiet
Columbus. CU.. Dei. 21 Owing to the tempo
rary scarcity of money, yesterday, but little cot
ton was sold. Rutin? Eirnre far mid JIin. 27(3
4Jc. The receipts were the largest, by nearly one
nuncireu oaies, over any day ot the season, being
iCibales. - -
Mostoomf.rv, All. Dec. 22. Owing to the
stringency of the money market, little cotton
changed hands to-day. We quote the market
nominal at ax for middlings, purchaser paying
the tax. The receipts for the past week were
2,367 bales: shipments for the same time, 1,832
oaics: stocE oi toe weeic on nana, 4Sj oatos.
les ofha stanta-in this marlfet vitflnlav aL
22$22e. and a small lot of extra fine at 23c.
Oalvistox, Tkxas, Dec. 22. The receipts of
cotton for the week have been 5.7 J3 bales ; total
cottorCrcceipts.frsm 1st of .September 'thisjea
son, 41,014 bales. A well-informed person esti
mates the cotton crop of Texas at not le than!
Sew York Stock and Money Market,
NEwA'ontf Dec. 24. Stocks lower. . Money
cent bterung quiet.awj. ttocKileianiu
, .Burlington and Quincey. t ort
Chicago and Alton, 25; Illinois Cen
eveland and Pittsburg. 85; North-i
i AVestern Onion Telegraph.. 4ts
western. UK: West
iMiehiean Southern. 51-. Uold.l: 5-ais. cou
pons. 'Gi 105; endorsed new, of 'Si. 1(H; i-30s.
Liter. The money market was ouito active
to-day, owing to the fact that all contract ma
turintc to-morrow had to be provided for. There.
were some few sales of gold this afternoon at
iJ.!i, alter closing tho room.
Ciscixxati. Deo. 21. Flour and wheat dulli
and not much doingr prices unchanged. Corn,
G2c. Oats have declined to 6."c for No. 1. Kye is
dull and prices irregular. Whisky dull at Sjc in
bond. Hogs opened firmer, for live, at $S
6 50. and dull, for dressed, nt $7 00S7 25. but at
tne close all uuu ana price? nominal jiess port,
bulk moats and killed, dull. Green meats were
in good demand in the morning: 67?iS9Kc
for shoulders, sides and hams. Eggs dull at S0&
Butter dull. Cheese dull, but the prices are not
New Orleans Market.
NkwOricaks, Dec.ai.-KIotton dull and lower-
Sale of 2.100 bales low middling at 2330lAi;
middling 31Vc. 1 ho receipts were ll,S!d bales.
Sugar firm at 9. -Molasses in' fair demand;
prime to choice. tasOic. Supertluo Hour sn.KS;
extra fill fi015 00. Corn steady at $1 0jl 10.
OatsSOc. Pork $23. Hay $2T. Bacon shoulders
12c; sides 13154. Lard dull at 12JJQ13C.
Whisky 52 40. Middl.ng leal tobacco imve;
fair 1UC0!12C. tloiai33.
Bank sterling 44c. N.
Y. Exchange 51 to Jo discount. Freights to
New York, ?c; !c to Liverpool; Havre Vie.'
T.rmsvn.LE. Dec 21. Sales 81 hhda tobacco.
at full rates: light lugs to medium leaf, $320
5. Kupcrnno nour sa &u. tied winter wneat.
2 70. New corn in car 53a. shelled 70c. Cuts
G3G5c. Sales of 300 barrels plantation molasses
at uiwive. sales oi wt uaies oi iow middling
cotton at 2!i30o. fllosa poric jjc. liara lie.
HoirsClc: receipts. 7.050. Raw whisky in bond.
2SSc. Bulk shoulders, VAe. Packed ham3 12?ic.
Xctr York Ttry OooiU Market.
New Yoei. Dec. 21. Tbo drv roods market
has continued verv dull in every deDartment to
day, except for orders left last week and not
filled. Standard sheetings nra very firm. At
lantic held by jobbers at 22c, and Appleton at
22'c. Uleachedgoods are quiet, and moving
under the influence of very low prices rather
than demand Foreign dress goods are quiet. No
trade expected until after the holidays.
St. to n la Market.
St. Locis. Dec. 21. In the tobacco market
nothing was done. Cotton is quiet at 29c. Flour
is steady at $S 25S 75 for extra: 810 00O11 00
double extra. Wheat is firm at $2 002 15 for
spring; $2 C02 C5 for prime fall. Corn U dull
at 84Wc. Oats declined to 67871c. Provisions
quiet. Mess pork SCO 0020 50. Bacon un
changed: sugar-cured hams 18c: clear sides 14c.
Lard is dull at WXMlSiic. Hogs advanced to
$0 00(86 50.
New York .Cnttle MnrketY -
New York, Deo 21. Beef dull and prices de
clined llJ4c, closing heavy; receipts 0,500
head; quotations ft3-10o. the latter price for
extra. Calves steady at 109 13c. Sheep and lambs
lower; receipts 21.000; quotations ranging from
S3 75 to $3 00 9 head. Hogs declined fully lc
9 to. closing heavy: receipts 15.613: quoted at
New Yok-k Provision Market.
New Yore. Dec. 21. Flour is unchanged and
uiet at S10 POS12 00 for reund-hoop Ohio; $12 05
31.1 '.'.' for trniln brands Wheat aulet nnd nom
inally unchanged; quoted at S2 25 for No. 2 Mil
waukee. Corn is firmer and active at SI 12 for
mixed western in store: SI 1231 13 afloat. Oats
dull at T2365c. Pork is steady and quiet at
S2fl25S20 75fornew; $19251937 for old. Cut
meats dull at 9c for shoulders; 10o fur hams.
urcsseu nogs lowen saiea ai iKianc i.aru is
henry at lli12Mc.
Pnn.ACEi.rniA. Dec. 24. noon. Flour is very
dull; held at $11 00(312 75 for Ohio. Wheat is
inactive. Corn is lower, quoted at $1 00 for new.
$116 for old.
Baltiiiore. Dee. 24. Flour is inactive. Wheat
is scarce and drooping. Corn quiet. Oats Crm
at G0G3c. Groceries dull and heavy. Provisions
quiet. Mesa pork $22 50.
tr II. HTOCKWF.LI., OF NEW YORK
it . i admitted a partner in our business from
this date. The style firm will remain as here
tofore. HAMILTON 1- .CUNNINGHAM.
NtSHViLLE. Dec. 1. l6d.
Hamilton & CuiniiiiglimnJ
. (Near the Bubli Squared
- - ' ' r-
.... r; .
ni and Cutlerjr,'' 2 "
Axes, Chains IIoesi.'iElo.?"-''
Guru and Leather licit in? J
Boltlhr Cloths, ' H
Card t'lotlilnff, ' "
IIcctinntrTi' Toolsrall'tlndi. -leather
nnd Shoe Flndtnra,
Saddlery, ' '
deel ' '
T AM OFFERINQ FOR BALE, AT 43
J. eaeb. ray celected and thoroughly repaired
Four- Mnle Amy Wasotu. romclete. with
deuble-tree. nngle-trees, stretcher, bows and
Am selling Army Wagons wuhout repairs,
The above Vi agon can be ordered and received
of Oan. N. B. Forrast. CommlMion Merrhant.
Memphis', Tenn., with 'freight and commission
reighl to Memphis and poinU above, i 10.
- a. rubitivjjAa.
Dealer in Wagons. Carts, etc Spruce .street.
near tnecrouiagor Tt. and C a. it.. aaiajJ
. 1 f To Tobacco Blantertr.
lirE ARE NOW PREPARED TO STORE.
J X ghrpurwTobaccoAeithet looworj
to hogstfeada. Call at Sur'Warehoule, No8'
deelPtf tB.T 'HOeUMeOREAJ
The Tyrone arrived from Cairo, and departed
for thils-amff port. "-'- -.er.
The Dera arrived from St. LoaW, and will de
part ts-dayjon her return, trip. , T,
The Rebecca arrived1 ltTport, Monday fit
from Cincinnati, heavily loaded. She will leave
Cixcrss.(jrii De&f-te rrjttjJffilcrLhpJi
to yesterdWmorolnrfau inoats. bnl nee IherJ
has risen I feet 2 inches, making 21 feet in the
ereater portion of yesterday, with lishtnlne and
thunder, with a miU.and murky atujMphere,
which lfbadnVarkmen ' "V A
Pittsbvro. Dec. 21 Noon. River nine feet.
and rising. The weather it rlaudx. damn ami
For t'nlro, St. Louis; Meniplils nnW
I Steam..- V A SII T LI S W..
-sinus, fliaster. Johsst Harf:r.i
lerkf wUlJetve aft bovgonjfrHi;B3DAr.She
ror.t reight or rajw.nire apply on board, or to
. J . i CORBHTBd? hOX V. ert , )"
j uec-a iiAnnisuiX jc buas. Agents.
.' Tor Evnnsvllle,, LoiiUvIUe, nnd
. ' Cincinnati.
rpiIE SPLENDID PASSENOER
x. steamer l,.il.MA t'l.OVl). W. J,
qris. Master. W. E.Kcns. Clerk.
will leave as above on THI RSDAT, the 27th
inst:. at 1 o'clock r. m.
For freight or passage, npply on board, or to
assage, nnpty on board, or to
CORBETT i BOYD, or
UUKUETT JJOYD. or
HARRISON Jc SONS. Agents ,
1 1 .
For Snilthland, Eraiisvllle and
rpHE FINE PASSENGER PACK-
1 ET TAT.IRNfAW .TntrvflFira
Master. J. W. Tubser. Clerk, wilt.
leave as above on THURSDAY, the 27th inst..
at 4 o'clock p. ii.
lor freight or nassago apply on board, or to
CORBKTTri BOYD, Agents,
dea25 41 and 42, Upper Wharf.
For Cairo, .St. I.ouix, Memphlii and
rpiiB ,;SrLENDID PASSENOER
. . ..... ...ivtiu, . ' J. i..njH..i.
Master. Wasd We iVEB. Clerk, will.
leave as above on TUESDAY, the 25th inst., at
IZJVCIOCK M.t- ,
" I or Freight nr Pissaeeapply onhonrd.or to
CORBETT k BOYD. Agents.
HARRISON SONS. Ag'ts.
For Eyansville, Xouisville and Cin
cinnati: rrtllE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL
L Passenger Steamer. REBECCA,
Siii'lP. HiLnRETir. Master. R. Til
Wise, .Clerk, will leave for abore and Interme
diate forts on OTESDAT. the Sth instant, at
4 o'clock p. y.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
CORBETT A BOYD. '
HARRISON Jr SONS, Agcnls.
W. A. PEEBLES, )
WIXQ.TOIIKV JtCO.. Banker's and Dlri
In doM. Silter, Oovsmaient Stock anil Compound
NASuviLLk. Nor.!. 18Ca.
U.S. Bouds, 1SSU..U1
EfUtred 6.20s:.. JUS
.June, 'fit. 116
' Aug., '61.114
" " Dc.,'tt.H2
" " Aug.,'fl5'lll
" ' p'.,'iiS 103
,k 0t., 'OS.lOsii
S-Oh '01. ...104
" 5-20 '& ..i01
Coupon 10-tOr. 99
Ang. 7-30j with Int.l044
Jun7-30a " " 101
July 7-30.1 " 101
Small Bands Vpr. ct. lew
Tenneuee Bonds, new,69c
Also, highest price patJ for all kind of Southern
Bank Notes. tfw prlro lbt, furnlihed when deilred.
Depuaiti r'fcelTxl," and Exchange famished on
New York, Clncionatl, LouUrlll, Memphis, Eag
land, Irelaad, Francs, and all parts ot 0rmany
CoBroaATio.v Checxs cashe.1 at best rate.
OFFICE, corner Uutjrt. and. Storey lrwt, oppik
tta Bank of Tennef see.
OIBce hours, 8 a. m. tn &.r. it.
Tuoa. 3, SIahb, Pres't. h. 0. Tabbox, Caah'r.
NATIONS SAYINGS' COMPANY,
Corner LJaiun and College Streets.
The followlog are the rates paid fer uncurrent
uooey. Tuwe quotations are liable to fluctuate, bill
may be dependeii ou a sufficient length of time far
remittances to be recelvnl by null or oxpres, if fer.
warded without delay.
TENNESSEE. Georgia Railroad anJ
Bank of Tenneseeo . 50 UinHn5 lSf,mR1B-!?
Bank of Tenueaaee, ak M MHdl. Ua....
dated 18dl . .05 JJar'nBnk
PUnter.' Bank .-.82 J August a 40
,r..i n.v sn Augusta Ins nrance......0T
Union Bank'cer"tt;."IsO B"k of AtJ"n,v J5
Bank of Chattanooga.-1 3
ilemphU ,ir " juiien... m
MlddV.Teun96 " f"nnhVr-J5
Paris.. par the State efOa.12
the Uui7npar gity Bank or AugustaJO
West Tenn 43 Farmers' and Mechan-
Buck'e Bank par .." uanc..........
Olty Bank ,.. "ecnaniee; oanic ih,
J . . MarrhtnH nnJ Plant.
Merchants' Bank par
Northern Bunk. ....... .pur
en' Bank ...
Bank of ShelbvTlIIe...U
Traders' Bank.. Ir
Bank or Cape Fear 0
" CharUtte 1S
' Clarendon (1
" rrameree ....,12
" N. Carolina 30
" Wadeeboro' 20
" Washington ..05
" Wilmington .ls
Commercial Bank 18
Farnura' Bank of N.
Bank of Bexboro'.2S
Jllners' and Planters
Bank or Berkeley, -.90
" Commerce 4ft
" the Oltt Doml-..
" Rlcbruond .....16
." Rockbridge .xAI
." Roektnbam ..18
" the Valley of
Life and uenerat 1 nsu-
Bank of Camdec...45
" Chester H
" Uamuurg. ...... IS
' the State South
Carolina .... .IS
Commercial Bank -10
Exchange Bnk..l 18
r.m.rJ n.I VTrliantK.
UerchanU' Bank IS
Peoples' BAnk., Z
PUnters' Bank Of Fair
field . . 10
Planters' and. Mechan-
lca' IUnk. H
State Bank., 7
Union Bank W
Bank of America... par
1 Louisiana GO
1 New Or!fam...0i
Cltlxen'a Bank- .95
CreacentCltr Bank 9i
Louisiana Stateuanc75 Central Bank of Ya...15
aieeaanica ana Arauers DnnuBjik 20
Bank Vi s,.h..n.nvflfv. 'v
Slerchants Bank. !KJ x-Oi n..v tr
Spnthern Bank par Varmere' Bank of Fin.
Union Bank... 93 afo ,
New Orleans Scrip 80 Tume . Buk of Va j,,
ALABAMA. l'armeri,.... .0
Merchants' Bank .40
IJinkof lloblle.. 9S Merchants' and Me-
' llontgumery So chanlea' Bank .. .. .75
' Selma 15 Norweatern Bank .90
Central Bank........lil Southweatern Bank3A
Ooounereial Bank .-.10 TrJf' Bink
Eastern Bank ..4"
Northern Bank-.... .SO
Southern Bank....-., 9J Na)iTpl Jt CbafA K.
It Steek.....: .13
OEOnUIA. LoulaTllb & NashTille
Tax Itecelpti... .....
entral Railroad Bankiu
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
T. Silver Watehes. Jewelry, Clocba,
reasonable prices. Every article warranted as
represented. REPAIRING dons well and with
atitfaetion, as heretofore.
decl-3m Xo. V4 Xorlli tThcrry Nt.
R. T. KIRK.PATRICK
HAS JUST RHTDKNHO FHOM .THK
East, and bos In itek far ttn pretext sea
son a splendid ltnedf
Latilea Clotti, Ueavrr and Velvet'''
- KI.F.OANT FI.AID POI'tlAS,
For Ladies and ChilJrB;
Elegant Plain and Taney stUka ; , .
Elejrnnt Broclie and Plnld SliartlB;
Gcnta' Trnvcllpjjr Shnwlst '
Bcantlfiil Travelltijc' arSi' Carriage
Blanket : - ' ; .
tJenta" Underwear, ia variety 1 t-
'Gents ClOTea. spleFiJliaiwrtaieot;
Ded Blanket, extra lsrpe and hit!;
Flannel, of H kind.
Inaddltipn to thu akofe, wfe bare a targe'
nit ESS GOODS,
Sdco as Merlnos.lEmpr&j CtJtlS. Pdplfm. etc,
etc., which will be sold Tery cheap to close, at
No. 55 College Street.
YTVINfl PUHCHABHO TT1E J EJfTIHlT
XJ. irniriiunnien8T tv.r. rtwria.
No. 2S Public Square, I will eantitruethe bufl
DCia.aVtba oldjUapdndXpeetfally anIWt the
pSrSnlSe orrlhrtenWTrnM the pubfla cene-
mr..i .wui . Keen, onir .me lhv am pmai
T Itt Vmmv mIi. K tommt . tH nn rM!
" lkt- . - w c p
The rirer was, falling.raDidly , yesterday,
about ntha feet'waleV onUaireta'WW
weather last night indicated rain.
City arid Country Merc ants
A. LOUIS & CO.,
IVbrth Itfnrltcf Sti-ccf,
HAVrNQ DETERMINED TO MAKE 'A
change in businrs. offer their larre stook ef
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS AXI SHOES.
WATS, NOTIONS. Kir., Etc..
Not onlv'AT COST. hn( nt m!m ta .nl'i.r
ready to lay in a supply. .
Wa call the attention ef all merehanbi to this,
as we know it will ba to their-owH benefit to oall
ou us, as our
Must be ,
CLOSED O PT
At the earllect day possible.
A LOUIS CO.,
3C .VortU Market Street.
. B. BEICU. p, B. XlKlsrC X. C. BESflW.
BEECH, MANLOVE & CO.,
XATTIXGN. FI.OOU Oil. CLOTHS,
Damask and Lace Curtain Qoods,
STo. 5JI Colleffo Street,
delS-tf NANHVII4I.E. TEXX.
TIN PLATE, STOVES, ETC
225 BOXES TIN PLATE:
25 bundles Wire, aseorted;
ISO sheets amorted Copper;
10ft bundles 22. 24 and 25 Sheet. Trtn; 1
3 K) asserted Cookine Stovej. of- but make
and patterns ; "
25 Wrought Iron Cook Stares; af our own
Cooking Store fur coal ;
SO assorted sixes Wood Store-
20 open front Storer fr eeal; . j 1-
(0 Cannon Store for Coal;
' fOp aborted izes Skillet ;
2(0 assorted slxn Orens;
2S0 assorted sites Bfcjeuit Bakes t
300 English Pott. 2 te W g-alleRt
50 Kettl.2to 40 callous: -W0
pairs cemmon Dog Irons.
We are. Agenti for, and put up in best style
Furnace- for rhnrclir. Stores. Etc.
25 Marbleiied .Mantel, complete ;
100 Common nnd Fine Urates, complete;
Cemmon Jam Orates, complete.
Ueine afunts for the manufacturers of (Irate.
we oan supply them at law rate.
COATi Oil,, ETC.
S3 Rurrolo very brut 'nl Oil:
A largo and fine aMertment
KMPS. CUiniXEYH, ET4!..
A large nnd full .tamrtment TIN WARE, at
Tin ReoCng and Tin and Sheet Iron Work
done in best manner.
JT. W. WILSON & CO.,
Jecl3-2w Xo. 17 Coll-tr Street.
WATERFIELD & WALKER,
26 Public Square.
HATS AND CAPS.
Of try Design, OeUr J Qmtlly, f5r
ihk'.m, uuVrf, ami Cliiiitmv5.s;
We bar an entiftly new and eemplete tk ff '.
LA DIBS AND MISSES-PlJIl&i
WATlCUKIHI.O & VAI.KKR
SN. MascT. P.. U. liairita. A. r.. 8aoa
MACEY, DRIVER & BROWfl,
ukai.kbs in ;
Hardware and Cutlery.
HIUI AND LEATIIKR IIRIaTINO.
Mill Materials Generally,
Xo. 2 West Side l'tihllc Squurf .
Guns ! Guns !
fpUK SPECIAL ATTEOTIOM OF TUMS IN
L want ut
Fine Bin! tliui.,
Deer Oum, ami
Hmall-bore. Hquirrel (Jnu,
Isinfited tooaratock, wbkli we ar iww MiiWi
from th man etactnrtrs la EagUnd, (oor ewa Rri
portetion,) cwetistiog ef Oos mad hy the MHwtof
maken 1 I
W'lLUAM aBEENKK, i
rf-. W. ORBENKR, , '
8. H0LLI8 4 SOS, " '
and other good makers. Hating a Uriwstotk pflM
at In stere, wa will othe extra IwtaevBMlts
tbeu .U.lrlnj ta pnrcbaM. ' ' j '
MAOBV, DBIVBK KROWS,
No. U J West HPabHei3qBw.
septS-Sffi.ap ; "
I.OOK OUT FOR BARGAINS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
P. H. PKTMTO'H,
1VO. 31 PUBLIC SQIfAItK,
OPBN8 T1H3 IAT AN ESTIRR NKW
CJnstaiii'Made RooIm and Shoet
which he will sell at Panic Prseei. Th rh want
or rol durable. ttylUh wrk wW Boa mem.
ereatly reduced price.
Old Stclt HeUInx- Tnan Coat.
Dwelling House Fo Eent
On Wulon Street . ' .
(Opptwlr Slw TKeattcr " 5 .
neTas-tft- ' - '
I.VrVXO TKAXSPORTATIOST RISKS
Taken nt Equitable Bateau?'
'x-hit fiilrly adiwted and prMaptl ; jaEWTCa'
Office. Second Ne4taal Bank buHdias. OeHece
street. JOn L9MBDKX BreeWeBt. '
yr. i. THOMAS, vh Viiimi
JOSEPH X.VJSir. SertatT'.
BARGES !b . BARGES !
On Snmnlnj-, 22d lieraber, at ' 10
Unlet dHfesed opbefere at PrirateSale.
Barees aw laying; oa Bower teree. If ippMl
far before the 2Sd. teerwW b
SOLD AT A BARGAIN.
a. v. D.urroBTiT, Aieet.
dwlg-lw Camer front aad Jeffenea,
AT IT AGAIN.
M. 0. STILZBAOHER,
WKOtlSLC AND EMAIL BX1LH IX
Groceries, Wines, :Liquors,
rigara. Tobacco, Dycn t uH Kt c.
No. 13 North Market Street, bet.
Church and Union,
TX CALLING Y0BR ATTX.VTIOK TO THK
that I hare just received, and Btare nw an hand!
a complete stock of Freeh Faajfly Oreeeries:
all articles to be fcoBd .la a weuralatd, stre.
Hnrln all r.j.i1t.t. . a.. L ... .
cheapest goods in market, I offer to my friends
and patrons sn eh indocameata a wMl mika k ta
tbeir alTantaeto.oeJLjiiiii.exaBlae my itek
nnrl vtrijjkai kai.a. 1.K l r . t
where. Thankful fer put Wrare.TwJWt a
continuance of the same.
O'NEILL'S REAL ESftiLTE
U. S. Claim Agency, j
35 CED'AR STREET,
XAsirnuir. ..1. .-.TEafXEssKE.
JJ enlisted in the V. 3, Army Sr eatltled ta
TllHHE liUNDKKI) nAl.l.Alia i VLJ.-.?t
fj.iSf. 8Te?J. 7P SorJ appelated
by the Swretary of AlTar to examine attf'repert
to Washington upon ebb Haas ef elalcu U at
preaentia NashrHIe. andaU pewwj hartn
olajmaof this charaster would oosBlt their owa
Interest by alUn; err tne at ray office. No. So
raa by mail. tie it neary, I joaU fira
u - "4B a hwu oi uic nauen
iaa:e u mac l as wJI
knowain the State, and my
cntincalaimsaiaitHt the '. 8. 6rernmeBt b
uo wen ewauwnea w uaed. any other eatiuner
than the huadrcdi of officers. aoHiers aad iti
zen4 of the State whose ehUauIhare praseeated
to a rocooMful settlement. . I might, howeyer,
raentioa the fact that having been oonneateU
with the orjanlmtlen xf colored troeps la thto
State, and; being persoaalle aeaatstod with
nearly all tha ofiJcen at catered togimentl la
this Department, and hartag )& Mgaged
for the last nineteen raeaiai ia eoftectiBg Bak
Pay. Bounty and Pension tor tha setdien
IhemselTes. and being ia daily cOGaawalfaUsw
wilh thousands of them, my BtciHfiot lor tkag
out ths eompany and regiBteat iato whkh tcey
enllsted are certainly as good, it not better,
than those of any other parties oagaged fa tho
As for my facilities fbr proseeuiffts- then
elaiaaat Washington.! flatter asrwlf tbataoaa
I nottee that some Ageata ars eaargiag St per
cent, aad others' 13 per cent, fen fer KoseeaUag
t&eaa elaUa. bnt I aia of the or4nn that law
may be prosecntetl for leas, aad wU Kiet R
percent And in conEeetwm with this weald
beg lesTe to state that I cai4er iHts per aent
aga remarkably lav, batsa I am penaaseattr
toated here, and hare other baaiaes ta attend
to at the same time. I ean aaanl to at lead to
this bosHiess ftr leas than seeae otaen
I would be pleajed ta mmi airnoadcaaa
with agents and attorneys Ummjtrast this Sfate,
and will be happy to eater Into atrMgemeaM
with them ta furnish MmIm aad all necessary
Claims against the Goreramoat. of oScew,
eltiiens and soldiers, promptly atteaded ta.
Particular attention paid to sottMora elaieu
fur Kqualitation of iieunty.
Colored soldiers are now virtually oa the tamo
footing, with regard to back nar. ooaate., pen
sions, etc.. as whit soldiers, aad any difference
of pay and bounty whleh bars beeadtaled them
lathe past, in distinction from white soldier,
may now be recovered.
A II' parties having claims ia my baada for col
lection aro requested to eaH aad see ma, or writs
to ma in reference to them, m many changes
hare taken ptaco fn the postal arrangements of
ths State 4 nee the claims were) tiled, aad letters
are being returned to me every day uncalled fer.
I hare a number of r kecks ia say Se at
E resent for different parties, whom T cannot
In future I shall adrwtiie evary Saturday, i
the ICashrille Unloa and IHspatch aad Press aad
Tkies, a list or Checks sod C'ertMeates on hand
on Friday evenings.
I am also Agent fer tha- iiatwaal fllcaat avl
gatlon Campoay, nlyley between Qefeeattown
aad Lirerree! and Nin York.
Jtoncy AdTanreil on OSJccra', Citi
scenV nnd Holillera' Claim i. -
Real &it aad Claim Agsat.
deesK-lw - 33 Cedar at. KacaTWe. Tssa.
ri r'.&T l t i t .
Nelile J). KHU T. SttMiNtAku JeK xrJ
TN FrJHfiOAIfCll OP WWRBff THP
. I . . . . . . 1 r ,
jl uaaqeerr uwn oyei i
(wase. I willscfl oa tm
Cammeoc6r al U Vcfeak 1M feet f
Lack 10? feet, and VH feet rat on COLLSOS
3 tT t .(- uu . m. . a
J. Hf..t.. .au-a
The tlrOT greQEuU wtK UirklWd miatetit
Ibis property is alarg tacec stcty
brick ror.f RT,
Complete In all its arraeU: a twattary
Brick Itecideace, iafegfibl of JrvMin; Ike
shIm rlhopsitStaiilrt'ecT -Tais very ysliiaMn
property will 1 sM wrtaoat tac .cajattr ef rc-
dcmptioB. " .
OaeSflMirth cash, bawwes oa ccedNr ef ,
two arid three, years, with iatsreet- Xatss wMh
approreu cesy 'fJf '
LEA & PEREINS'
.TO EI THS
of a Letle
MAN at .MaJ.
roc. to OH brwtar
"TellLc A Per
'"05LT CMS SLlItt
ins that IktMr
and apjJttU to
'ia laJia. and m. ia
ISHV ItkiaaaAB tsWaa
most palatable as
wu as tae most
The Hietcssef thu most datitad nnriraM
cadimDt hating caused maay Mrai
dealer to aaaly tha name to SrtrtlOWn.CO
rcrsM, the PUBLIC is nrscrrmxr aJi-
are nnoa'tsie W XArriA, uabi
Nsw tt. AfeoUforthe VnHidU-
'I.OOOJIOO piuidt Hone laacl MtM m
ao'fldti tets'EMa awl WheH Harrt
nttti imli. aisniumit cf
Carpenters' aad Blaeksmiths' Tools.
ls S lqrcjir. ilen t ior"iS07.
1M1 latetn hi
A I i.
-y M.-. atr-.i. r- M ..St -