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.j ; , IJT BOYISH TEARS.
In the boy -day flush of ny young life ha
No. thought of. the IH to epme , .
Hadierept, like a shadow, ever tbe heart
Or darkened mr earlr home .
'Twa here, 'swing tbe hills that are Mill the
Aad bere by tbe quiet atream.
Thai I wandered In jy, a happy W.
Indulging a bappy dream.
Just there, in tbe shade of till ftreet tree.
Stood the old-time sehool'hoiue tbes.
Where I daily met with the toys tbatnew
I "must meet as trerhalred hi ewe
And within whose walk, while we aescht trtn
The meel of tbe scholar's fame.
Sprang the noUtr cil, that la after year
We rafght win 'an honest name.
And here on the green wai the play-ground,
With no thought of to-morrow's rare,
irr . . j r . jl. I ! 1. : ..
M e were wasttuunB ur ivwgivuii . --
l3flBitoHa:'DtehlldhC-od'i rears. 13 X
And adown tho bill, all bidden away
From the tgh of frylnr eyes.
Ban tbe little stream where we learned to swim
Well sereened from the burning skies.
Nat a single spot where wy footsteps trJ,
No pathway omens the hills.
That hath net a memory of youth and hep
That yet in my besom thrills.
For bere but I feel that Ijnust not give
Too mueh to thoughts of the past
For, though age viil come to the form and foee,
Tbe hearts Jioxi be young to tbe 1V
Again I am here, and the little stream
Still murmur along its way. " '
But the farm I see, in its trystal depths.
Is old and haggard and grey.
Yet near rue. a if to recall the years
That farrowed brow and cheek.
Leans a chubby boy, while his curly pate '
With the ware plays "bide and seek."
And I shut my eyes, as the stream flews on.
And think how the Ude of life
Is ebbing forme, while for " Eddie " here
Ls just beginning the strife. r
A nu on! Bow I pray that the fickle tide
May OTer he calm, for him
That hU life be smooth as the plaetd stream
As It On-j t? the fiisri i'tuu "
MwMnCKVK,.Ten., Pet. P. 1886.
Recovery of a Lartre Sum of Mone-y
TbroBfftx a Drcnm Tlie Tnlne or
From tho Detroit Free Press.
The Lansing Democrat mentions some
circumstances of tbe -most -remarkable na
tore in. respect to a recovery of a large
r i t ., r r j
Bum oi money wuicii out utta ioi lor uve
yean. Thealrange and almost incredible
story 1" told as follows by the lucky finder.
who passed through this cur for Montreal
last" week, for the purpose of having the
bills redeemed at tbe bank::
On the Gth of December, 1S61, Mr. 3-
who then lived on the Grand Biver road,
near this city, came to market with a load
of wheat accompanied by bis wm, the nar
rator of these circumstances. The load of
wheat, TTith a span of horses, was sold for
tuo sum oi 37a ou, and the men returned
home, where, soon after their arrival, the
lamer was taccn witn the cholera, morbus,
and died just at daylight next morning
After his funeral search was made for the
money which until then the famllv bad
been too sore afflicted to think of but to
their astonishment only the $78 SO could
be found. V hat had become of the re
malndcr was a question which could not
be satisfactorily solved. The whole hou.se
was thoroueb.lv searched, and at length
was concluded that the money must hare
been lost on the way home; yet after
advertising, through the columns of the
Fr(6 2Yf, and ottering a reward of fifty
dollars to tbe under for the recovery
oi The money, no trace of it could
discovered, and the event gradually
passed out oi mind, iiut now comes tui
sequel unlooked for and sinirulnr. in whioli
the money is recovered through a dream.
Thp young man, who, with the family, now
resides in ingnarc countjr, has been recent
ly sufloring with a painful felon, whicl
tortured hisn so with loss of sleep that, on
Thursday night of the week before last he
took a dose of opium, under the influence
of whlah, after retiring to bed, he fell into
a profound slumber. In tho midst of this
sleep lie dreamed over the trip made to this
city with his father, every circumstance of
which was repeated minutely, with the in
cidents of timo and place of sale, both of
the wheat and tho horscs; the counting of
the manor, etc, in addition to which lie
taw, in his dream, that two men were close
ly watching his father while receiving the
money; that they afterwards went away,
when his father took on" his hat and placed
nearly all the money inside the lining of
oil-skin. The dream several times repeated,
finally awake Mr. S., who related It to his
' wife, who had not yet Tctlred, when she
Went to an old cheat, long unused, and
brought out the hat which the old man had
last worn. It was old and moth-eaten,
seemingly anythlnu but a money bag, yet.
on turning back the lining, $500 in Canada
bank bills were found in a tolerable state of
preservation, This strange but "bwer tale,"
as well as the respectability and trust
worthiness of tho relator, are vouched Ifor
bv responsible nartiea. besides the "nilc."
the most tangible and satisfactory result of
the vagaries of tbe exhausted mind. work.
ing up on the " unreal stuff that dreams 'arc
made of," remains to testify to the truth of
the unusual cccorrenctr.
IN XT A YANKEE Till CUT
It is given out and until the arrival of
Admiral .Uoldaboro will cause no little in
terest -Hint the fellow arrested at Alexan
dria. Egypt, as John IL Surratt, one of the
parties implicated in the assassination of
.ITT . r 1 1 I . It ! . . t 1
iiuntsium aw in uui me ngui iuau,
and that liis passing himself off for that ob-
HnvInM. tn.ltntJn.l n. - Mt.fi 1 nA 1.
UVA1UIU IIIUlTlUUtUi Tl l UI-. IV IIUUIG
free of expense. The story in that a Bohe
mian went to .Egypt, expecting to pay his
expenses by writing for the press, but that
his letters could hnd no paper willing to
pay for what was merely a transcript of
tbe guide boots ; so lie ran out or funds,
and was put to bis wits' ends to get hpmc.
He heard that Btirratt had made his escape
from Borne, and he thought nosr ras his
cnance. lie gave it out. very confiden
tlally. to a lovul American, that he was the
very idsuticai SurratL and in two hours he
was in the hands of the United States con
sul, put aboard a ship of war, and is being
brought home m tbe most agreeable man
ner, without expense.
A MoDKrix Bakers PjuwRtssa. The old
proverb that a fool and his money are soon
parted, has seldom been more forcibly
illustrated than in the case of "Johnny
meeic," lately tne young prince 01 the
Venango, Pa., oil region. Hi aunt, the
widew -McUlntock, owner or the rich oil
farm which bears her name, died ia 1864,
leaving her nephew, then twenty years old,
SlOO.tKH) in greenback $60,000 iu gold,
and the farm, which yielded an average
dally income of $2,000. The roung fellow,
who had hitherto been well behaved, was
ruined by his good wo should rather say
evil fortune, and plunged into all kinds
of vice. Ha;became a ready prey to gam
blerp, John Morrissey alone winning from
him $100,000 inj two nights. The largest
estate can bo exhausted if its owner is only
sufficiently lavish, and Johnny's proved no
exception to J&e rule. He squandered
thousands n wTne and women : bought
jewelry and carriages only to give them
away, and having spent all, is now only
doorkeeper to'a company of minstrels. I J is
rise and fall ought to prove a lesson fo
other young heirs, but human nature Is the
same new AaJt iiat ever been. Every
prodigal wants to "see life" for himself,
and will be pretty sure, in doing so, to
come to the husks at last CinemnoH
The oase of Toster againsi IT. T. Cor, of
Lonlsvllle, iu a anil of $30,000 damages
was disposed or during the late session of
the Sflpt'eme tVHut. During the war, or
near its elase, In the absence of Mr. Cox
the Circuit Court awarded Foster $$0,000
damages, and 'vithhdd property to that
amount. An indictment for treason was
also found against Mr. Cox by the Federal
Court, which confiscated and heid a large
number of valuable papers. belonging to
him. The Supreme Court before which the
judgement for damages was taken, reversed
the decision, and ordered Mr,. Cox's pro
perty to le restored, and nearly at the
r some time the Federal Court dismissed the
' indictment 'For treason. ATsarvtfk Qm
sssste .-, -- . . i .. . gas
Xhf26W York-Saw Bays thai the average
' fTiiraU oHrrVaienVlected for municipal
o8teea s the, late ejection In, that dty.is
' even4 lOW'er;- If poshle, than usual men
uetorioasly oorrapt and nnfcrupulous in
,ft - - . . ....
Aii.rnr. of Kr,i,Ki',w"'
Th T-omlmi Tint of the 5th hmL alleges
thaithe HHHt.curwry, exawiaatiwj pk,h?.
ltorisd returns "will prove the truth of
the statement that the representative roa-
ckincry-of , the United tates does ftot tuin
oat representative bodies, n is owy
the Middle States Of l'ennsyivania auu
New erk, that,, reprswntativesinre chosen
onrrfianofMling in any degree to tliediversily
of omnion of their iBlHieitanw. i ne w
. . . . . mi fit" .
wocee to argne that unwcivn ew-
.woe of such a wuiiy reiww.ni.
: . il,..larurfinn n.f indiridual
-i .-I.- iml mileitelHIcni opinion, aim
concludes as follows i.
"ri, u another oooseniKnoe of what
we ar warranted in calling the failure of
tin- representative maphiuery of the Uniori
which is just now ol immeuiaie practical ira
.urfanae. As the whole party on one side
or the other moves together, and there are
no men ot imiepenuoni poaiiHjn 10 eiciuw
a disturbing judgment Af tllWr' owrt,vthe
complete power, of legislation U thrown
into the hands of a secret committee or
" raiimia " of the dominant nartv. Directly
the elections are over, and the balance of
ftlrenirth is known, the action of the "caucus
beirin. The select council, unknown, to
fbi nonaiitution. determines what shall
and what shall not be done; brings in its
proposal', and if tliere appears a likelihood
that they will be seriously discussed which
rarely happens it-can, and jdoes, suppress
flu. iliwMHwori bv means of "the previous
question." In Congress, this means the
question whether a vote shall be taken
without further deliberation, and by it the
mnlnritv simnlv nuts an end to the pretence
of deliberation. This Ls the danger of the
present hour. Congresi meets tins week.
and the question o mitigating; or lnienwy
imr the terms of the constitutional amend
inent, will probably be mooted. Till an ir
responsible and secret council comes to n
conclusion on me sunjeci, no one in vou
gress can guess, much less know, what will
He dona. In theorv theleelslative" govern
ment of tho Union is conducted byaVepre-
sentitive assembly, sitting in open council
in the presence of the people; in practice,
it is managed by an unseen power, issuing
edicts which must be received with unques
tioning obedience. The pofibility of re
storing the Union in its integrity is thus
IndeGnitely endangered md the uneasiness
of public feeling proportionally proiongeu ;
and this is onlv one and a passing instance
ont of the many evils which the federa
tion permanently suffers from having adopt
ed a representative machinery which fails.
and necessarily tails, to secure represent
kii.i. sisii'sox's JX.UX1. Kxrrni
From (lie WinchesterCTcnn.) Heme Journal
Many years ago the Legislature of Ten
nessee passf d an act to organize the county
of McNalry, alias Snake. At that time the
country embraced in the limits of Snake
Was occupied by a siuruy set oi uacu
woodsmen, totally unacquainted with
courts, iails. etc. The county assembled
at the appointed site for the purpose of
culling log, unking uoarus, eic., io ouiiu
a court-house and jail. The only theme
of daily conversation, when the men were
assembled, was the court, etc. None of
them had ever, seen a court in session, as
yet developed. Each one would give what
his idea was of n court, etc. iNone, how
ever, were entirely satisfactory, until Bill
Simpson was called on to give his ideas.
He said he knew all about a court that h
had had a lawsuit in North Carolina. One
of his neighbor's hogs kept coming when
m , . T ill T. . I". . - ...
he ICU U1B nogs unill Jl gi'l iai. ve muni-
inif lie got so d d mad that he shot the
hog. lie thought it would not do to throw
it away, so lie cleaned and salted
Shortly after, bis neighbor and a man
came to his house, examined the smoke
house, and took him to town and put
him in a little office. About three months
after that this man came and. took him up
to a largo room. A large man sat upon a
high bench a man was sitting at a desk
about a dozen fine-dressed men sat in a place
that was. paled around. I lie man put in
aipcnjut behind them. He then called
in twelve men ; they took scats iu a box in
front of the hue-dressed men. Iho man
that was writing gave the twelve men
book and said something about Bill Simp
son and the State. Then ono of the fine
men read something about Bill Sirapsoi
and the hoc. and he and another one of tin
line-dressed men had the biggest quarrel
you ever heard. I thought they would
light every minute, hut they didn't. It was
Bill Simpson and the hog, and the hog and
Bill Simpson, and sometimes Mr. Simpson,
but d d seldom. After they quit quarrel
ing, the big man talked awhile to the twelve
men, and they went out and staid a short
time, and came back and said something to
the man at the desk. Then theman on the
benrh said something to the man that nut
me in office, and he took ine out and tied
me to a persimmon tree and commenced
fiirhllng me with a cowhide, and it made
me so d d mad that I shook all the per
simmons off the tree.
AUTKMt'S WAUD'N TIIIIEMIIING MA-
Mv wife is a exceedingly practycal wo
man. I luv her muchly, however, and hu
mor her little ways, its a recklis falsehood
that she henpecks me, and the young man
in our neighborhood who said it to me as
was distendin my diafram with a gentle
cocktail at the village tavern who said to
me in these very langwidge, "Go home old
man, onlcss you want another teapot throwd
at you by B. J.," probably regrets hevin
said so. I said, "Betsey Jane is my wife's
front name, gcntlo youth, and I permits no
person to alobd to her as B. J. outside of the
family circle, of which 1 am it principally
myself, lour other observations lscorn
and disgust, and I must polish you ofl."
He was a able-bodied young man, and re
movin his coat, he inquired if I wanted to
t i ' i t - i r .1
be grounu so powucr i x saiu yes, n mere
was a powder grindist handy, nothin would
'ford me greater pleasure, when he struck
me a painful blow into my right eye, caus
in mc to make a rapid retreat into the fire
place. 1 .hadn't no idea that the enemy
was so well organized. But I rallied
and went for him in a rather vigris style
for my time of hie. Ilia parents lived
near by, and I will simply state that fifteen
minutes had only elapsed after the first hit,
when he was carried home on a shutter.
His mamma met the solium procession at
the door, and after keerfully looking her
offspring over, she said, "My son, I see how
it is distinctually. You've been foolln
rouud a threshin Masheen. You went in at
the place where they put the grain into the
llungainyjigfand let the hosseajtrcd on you,
didn't mv soh?" The tvm ofmO livimr oi
ihur could describe that disfortunate young
man s attiwation more clearer, iiut I was
sorry for him, and I went and nussed him
till ho got well. His reg'lar original father
had been sent to the war. I told him I'd be
a father to him myself. Ho sinilt a sickly
smile, and said I'd already been wuss than
two fathers to him.
A foolish woman, calling herself Ro
Celeste, lately tried to walk a tight rope,
near San Francisco, and wheel a barrow
with a man named Kennovau in it, along
the cable. Kennovan became scared just
before the perfonnanee wa to begin, nnd
drank heavily to get eeurage. . The woman
then declined, te undertake the feat, but the
audience jeered her for want of pluck, and
site made the attonqH. The drunken fel
low, however, nltaned his position in the
barrow, and he, it, anil deled h.-!! to the
ground, Kennovan was frightfully bruised
and mangled, and Celeste had her elbow
and shsnldorjiono broken. It is feared
that both tlA? man and' woman have re
ceived internal injuries which iiuy prove
Irish AVis-. Not long since while the
construction train 'at thta place, was back
ing up the track, the rear car came in con
tact with p. littje bull .wjio disputed the
rie-ht of liassaeewar. ami he consequence
was a rather disastrous accident, his bull-
ship having piled the oars one jippu anoth
er, and kitting one and woanding 'several
thorn. Supenntemjeot QiQatham, hear
ing or tbe accident, repaired to the spoi io
ascertain the damage, whet, ho was met by
a soon of the Emerald Isle, who-preceoded
to narrate the whole auair, whereupon me
Superintendent asked him if they had
killed the bull ? "Faith, Tese honor. I
can't my whether he-was wHfoV.Wt,. but
bedad we wore out ilYen flats on him ? u
Quite fiBfacient we'shoiiia say to hare
killed his bullafeip. Sprintf-M (7VfiH.)
JiefiMer, Dee. 21.
'ii.i i f !. i i,n i, i. in Bi f -
A aruKttUD block of six-storied stores
has risen on the-site of Pike'js Opera house
Soiitlicast Coruor of'
Cliurch and College Streota,"
PJR O V CJE,
imiED FRWIT, Ktc., Elo,
Orders ailed wlthCnre nt the fewest
mm t. a KtlV. VTA REHOUSE enables us to ot
ter superior inducements to Planters and others
Sbippin: their Ootton and pther Produce to us.
on wblsh we .will make
Sell, Store, or Ship, on the vwst
Parties favorini ns with their business may
denend on it receiving prompt and careful
attention. A. A. SPENCER CO.
Southeast corner of Church and College sts,
CHANCER Y SAIrES
Saturday, Dec. 29, 1866.
J. Qleaven, Adm'r, vs. the Heirs and
Creditors of ir. it. Zollicotler, UeCd.
TN PURSUAKCE OP DEC3EE OP THE
X .Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
Tinm.rl MtiftA. and hv reason of tha failure of tho
former purchaser to comply with tho. terms of
the sale. I will again offer at public sale, at th
uonrt House, on
Saturday,; December 29, 1S0,
Thn farmer rpiidi-nen nf the late Gen. F.K. Zol
licoffer, fronting 46lA feet on High Btreet, and
rnnnlnv K.fllr 170 f.t in nn 1ft foot ftllfiT.
This property is well known, and is in the most
ucsiruoie poniun ot iuu ciiy lur rraiucuixs. auw
purchaser will be put into possession immedi
ateJr upon eomplrng with the terms of sale.
The purchaser trill be required to pay oue-
fourth CASH, and execute notes for the residue,
.1.. . 1 tMlcAef hc
uu uuv uuu in , .mm
day of sale, and a lien will bo retained to secure.
tneir payment. 1 ne saie is wiinoui reuempnoo
MORTON B. UUWKLL, U. and M.
James T. Arrastrone et als. vs. Robert M.
Porter et als.
TN PIIRKITANCE OP DECREE OP THE
X Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named cause. I will sell at the Court House at
Nntnrtlay, December SO, 18C0,
The two Store Houses and Lots on tho south
nln nf Ihn Pnhlle Smiare. at nresent- occupied
by Mike Powers and J. A. J. Rose aa Clothing
Stores. These lots each front IS feet and run
back 30 feet, nnd are entirely covered with
Thk Tkkii3 op SiLE nre $300 upen each lot
cash, nnd tne residue npon credits oi ono ana
two years, notes requirea wiin approTeu secu
rity, ana a lieu reiuiueu. onio ifva irum ia
demption. MOKTUM U. llUiVKlili,
decS-td Clerk and Master.
Peter Anderson vs, McKoberts t ilcKee
TN PURSUANCE OP DECREE OF TOE
A. Chancery Court at Nashville In above named
cause, 1 will oner at the Uourt uouseaiwasn
Knlnrdny. Doeember 29, 18G0.
Tho following Lt.ts in the Craighead Plan, lying
tire miles from Piasiivilie, on me uauatin xurn
r.llrn Ttnnrl f
T.at Nn.l rontnlninr 33 acres and 19 roles.
nnd fronting on tho Gallatin Turnpike, upon
which I? situated the old Craighead residence.
Lot No. i. containing? acres and 122 poles, and
Irinv In fll WWT nf lftt Nfl.l.
These are the Jots formerly purchased by Dr.
T f!. Nnvnnn.
TERMS Credits or (1. 12 and 13 months, with
interest from day of sale. Notes reouired with
approved security, and a lien retained. Sale
free from redemption. .
MORTON B. HOWELL,
decS-tJ Clerk and Master.
Lucy Ann Marshall and others vs. Walter
Marshall and others.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF TltE
Chancery Court at Nashville In above named
canre, I will sell at the Court House at Nash
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1BCG,
The House and part of Lot No. 33. ronting 3
feet on Line street, and running back leu feet
lying Jnst above "Mrs. Peck's Spring."
Also, Lot lyiag back of above mentioned lot.
fronting 30 feet, and extending back 30 feet to
Trptmird'a line, bain? nart of Lot fio.37.
TERMS: One third Cash, aad the residue on
credits of six and twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, and a lien retained. Sale free
from redemption. jjQpijQjj jj HOWELL,
decS-tds Clerk and Master.
William Idpscomb vs. S.
E. Jones and
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE
Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named cause. I will sell at the Court House at
Natnrilny, December 30, 1SGU,
A Tract of Land in the Second Civil District of
Davidson county, known as aua uraig," con'
tcininr 8Vi acres, and adjoining the lands of the
old Franklin College.
TERMS OF 8ALE Credits of six and twelve
months. Notes required with two approved
s counties, and a lien, retained. aieireeirom
redemption. MORTON II. IIUWKLL,
deeS-td Clerk and Master.
Noble D. Ellis vs. Susannah Moore and
PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville In the above-
named case, I will again offer at publio sale
at the Courthouse at nasnvnie. on
Saturday, December SStti, 18CO,
The vropsily owned by the lata firm of Ellis
Moore, and formerly owned by ur. u. x. ocott,
being Lots Nos. 9, 10 and 1L near the Uuena
Vista Springs. These Lots front -400 yards on
the Ilacna Vista turnpike road, aad run back
between parallel lines 275 yards. Lot No. 11.
contains 19 acres and 67H poles, and has upon
, i . . , . , i ...ijr.i yj - v. mm
aweii-uuut nnu uwuuiui jint. wkunic. v
talnlng nine rooms, and furnished, with ell the
mrulom lmnrcTiments. Thaoat-honseS. smoke
house, stables, etc are substantially built of
brick. On xio JNo. V. U on Artesian wen, wnicn
furnishes an abundant supply of water. A rial
of these lands may be teen at my office. Purcha
sers are requested a examine the property, it
is an elegant suburban residence, and the
grounds are' well adapted for a Market Garden,
Nursery, etc." . . ,
TEHMS. One-tlilrJ of the purchase money in
cash, and the residue on credits of one and two
years, with interest from date. Notes required
with approved .security and a Hen retained.
Sale freo from redemption. .
MORTON B. HOWELL.
Clerk and Master.
ANDERSON. JOHNSON SMITH. Agents.
Bettie W. Lovell vs. Francis M. Murrell.
IN pursuance of a deeree of the Chancery Court
at Nashville, in above named oase, I will sell
at the Courthouse, at Nashville, on
Saturday. December 20. 1S60,
a lot ou Spring street, in Edgefield, described as
follows: ''Beginning on Spring stroet, at -tho
of a nart of lot sold to Sam'l Snarkman.
and running thence along Spring street towards
the White's Crock Turnpike road, V) feet to a
stene; thence at right angels from said street 143
feet to tne souinern nuc ouoi io. i,in nei
raore's plan of Edgefield: thence with said line
east 40 feet to Sparinnan's corner: thence with
Sparkmaa'slina to the beginning." .
TEHMf Kir months erediL note reooired.
with two approved securities, bearing interest
from dto ol sale, ani a lien retained. aie iree
from redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL."
decS.td .Clerk and Master.
Ellen Desha vb. Thomas Russell, et als.
IN PUSOANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named cause. I will sell at the Courthouse in
Saturday, December 29, 1SCO.
a tract ofland containing 75 acres, on the waters
of Indian and Mill Creeks in the' sixth Civil
District of Davidson county, adioldnx the
lands ofRobL May field, John Briley. Tibitha
Bond. Newtcs Briler and ethers. Seepanicnlar.
description in Boot; No. 30, page 637, f tha
TERMS OF SALE Sbe months credit. Note
required with two approved securities, and a
lienretaiaed. MftffgX .
. decS.td Clerk-iand Master.
II03IE UF ACTO RY.
RBSPEGfrFUBBY INKOH.M3 HIb, OLD
. customers and the pnblie generally that-he
is now fully prepared to. Bake the finest fitting
and most darable
Boots; aad Shoes
To order at reasonable' pri. -and that be In-,
tends to keep constantly cn handf weU made
and well regulated assortBsenf OfiAb own make,
nt his id sued.
Ko. 40 Nortii Course Street.
decMw J. A. ilURKJN.
I : WHOLESALE GR0 CEILS,
NO. 3 . SOUTH COLLEGE STREET.
1,000 BAJRBELS EXTRA FAMIIjT I'LOUE;
. 200 barrels extra superfine riiur; . , ,
M hojBheKiiNeir Orlram So jar
25 boghead Demerara Sngarf y" -CO
barrel Crashed and rixIri ?uat ; .
200 vs prime Rio Coffee; ', '
25 sacis Tjajulra Coffee ;
25 barrels fresh Bice; , . "
-H) barrels Kew Orleans UoIssms ;
, 20D .boxes Trodor ft GtrnlWt SoajvJ' ; '
150 boxes rarioas braaiirfeoap. .
X00 boxes Star Candles ; 1
J00 boxes Tallow Candlei,.hara preiwf
CO boxes fine Chewing TebaeeJ; '
50 gross Fine Cat Tobacco; f
25 barrels Snvoklnj Tobacco ;
23 kegs Engllslt Soda; jtat
25tkeiAWrldui5)o.ULi f W fit!
40 cases 1 and 2 lb, ean Oriters ;
50 boxe Peppjr ;
SO boxe. Spice; , :. t- ;
50 bexes Indigo ;
50 boxes Ground UniturJ ;
25 bamlt Kason'i Blackleg j - '
GO toxea pint, quart and half gallon Bottles
20 boxes Oamtt's Snuff; - ,
20 grogs Dnrkee's Bluing;
25 lrrels Bourbon VLIiky ,
25 barrels RoberUou Oounty VtTiUkjr ;
100 barrels Foote Hash Proof Wblikr ;..
100 burets Gingsr' Cordial ;
15 barrels Ginger AVins ; '
15 barrels Sweet Wine ;
1 60 barrels Orape Vinegar ; '
25 barrels Lemen Pyrnp ;
50 boxes Starch ; . v-.
50 dozen Bnekets; - " - -. .
50 dozto Broom ;
2000 Flour Sacks;
50 bo rrs assorted Candy ;
Ur&nilyKnm, Gin,' Wines, of rarlons brands, at
WEAKbEV it A AUUUOUGIl'S.
No. S North College strut, Kashrtlle, Tsonessee.
a. B. CUKATIUll.
, t. F. WOOD
E. B. Cheatham & Co.,
FINE BRANDIES, WINES,;
Cor. CJollbije aud Church Si's.
KEEP' COMSTANTI.Y OJi HAND ANI
100 haw choice Rio Coffee. -
125 bbls Crushed, Powdered and Granu
HO bbls Cofleo Sugar.
50 " Mackerel, No. 1 and. 2.
25 " " No. 3. '
160kita " No". 12 and? ' i
200 boxes Star Candles.
125 " Soap (assorted.) ;
5 Tierces fresh Hice, ;
25 bbls Cider Vinegar.
650 " Extra Family Flour, Spring.
field and Port Royal Mills.
100 bbK bbls and kegs conntry Lard.
5 tierrtia Dried Beef.
50 bbls N. O. Molasses, and Syrups.
50 bbls ilorchum Molasses.
10000 bushels Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment of
FRESH CANNED FRUITS,
sunt as ;
Pen eh es,
, . PlcUIeM,
and Pepper Sauce,
Spleen, Pepper, etey etc.
1U0XQ3T WHICU JIBE
6 i Pipes Fine Brandy,'
Hennesey, Otard, Dupey & Co.,
Pinto Castillon; vintage, 1849,'52, and '57
3 J United Vinevard: Proprietors:1850,
4 Rochelle, ' , f
3 Puncheons best Irish and Scotch Whisky
A t ripea Jamaica Knm, ,
6 I Pipes N. E. "
G5 casks Sherry and Port Wine, all
8 casks pure Malga Wine, I
4 Pipes pure Holland Gin,
75 boxes St. Marceaux-Champagne, I
'30 " Cabinet " j
65 " Heidsick ' " )
125 boxes Claret, very 6ne.
w h r.s icy.
10 bbls "Old Crow," 1855, warranted bu
nerior to any ever offered in Nashville.
185 bbls pure Robertson Countv, old and 6ne
13U uouroon, an graues,
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
8 " Peach Brandy, pure.
Anise t, Curacoa, Absynthe,
Maruschino, Wampoo Drakes,
Plantation and Borers' Hitters
and London Club.
5,000 Genuine Imported Havana Cigars,
110,000 Baltimore, all grades:
Together with a general assortment of Staple
and r ancy Groceries.
R. B. CHEATHAM & CO.
novll to janlS
74 Cliurets Street,
J (opposite toe Maxwell House.) Nashville,
Tenn. offers his serricea to a eena ous
By his experience in this line he is enabled to
try the eyesight and suit spectacles accordingly,
so that tne eye is i.ot overcharged, but merely
assisted. At his Optical Establishment can also
be found Microscopes, Telescopes, Thermome
ters, magnifiers. Mathematical Instruments.
Picture Frames, Opera and Field Glasses, eta.
etc. ilememner last wnen yon want your eye
nememDer mat nnen yon wan. your eye
: improved yon must call at ffm, mie
n's office. No. 74 Cssrch street, opposite
well House, Nashville, Tennessee. The
Maxwell 1 1 oase. Nashrxlle.
best Glasses, or pure Pebbles, set into old frames.
Dwelling and JLoi .for Sale.
M. B. Howell, Adm'r, etc.,, vs. Alary A.
Shelton et als.
A S DIUECTBD Br A DECREE OF THE
A. County Conrt of Davidson county, at its
March Term, 1SC8, In theahav&cause, I will offer
at Pnblie Sale, at the south end of the Court
House. In the'eity of Nashville, on SATURDAY,
the 2Hh day of December. 19&S, tha tot of
Ground on Broad street. West Nasht ill e, belong
ing to the estate of M. L. Shelton. deceased,
fronting S4 feet on Broad street, and running
back let) feet, on which is a desirable and well
hnitt two atory BrlcU Dwelllnir. contain'
ing eight rooms, good eallars, Ciitern, and every
convenience. Sale to take place at 12 o'clock-,
and purchasers will please examine tho premises
befjtredsy of sale.
TERMSOne-third cash, balance onrredlt of
six. twelve and eighteen mouths, with interest.
lien. eta. f.Luii iuiiui terc
aecii a. n aitouj tm, Agenu
Office of the Traveling Asrncr
St. 'Louis Huto&l. Life 'nsurance Co.,
In th 8utes of Kentuk. iad Te&nmsae,
Corner or Vine and Cbnrrh irrreis.
at O. W. Smith's DrugtJtere, KhTU, Tenn.
ntn2.tr JOHN . KLtXE, Ageat,
XT.T O RN E Y . AT JJ. A W,
. JKASHVILLX TE"-'
OFFICE, Ho. Uiy,'. Cherrr itret North of
DesJcrick street. tept 7
Jfo. 10 TJnioiu Street,
JJAVE ON HAND A flXEJIOCKiOF
; TBIMMINGS, ETC.
JOHN ' B. EVERBTI AND JOHN W.
O JiUitRAY, who arccarryins on tho businew
nf the above firm, would respectfully call the
attention oftheir. friends and of thepublic gene
rally to this stocl: of NEW HOODS.
. Mr. Everett and Mr. Murray are, and always
V.an a.....' 1...... 1 X..l...il1.- I , - ...!.
iind confequently are identified in interest with
the people whose patronage they solicit..
Their house is the name occtinied Lr J. T!
'Everett and II. R. Buchanan for the period of
Ifcurteen rears nrerious to the war. Thev return
ito the bu.'iness again, hoping to share the patron-
anu numerous customers tney would say. Come
Sand see us," believing that the satisfaction here
tofore given will bo a sufficient guarantee for the
Is. If. LO'IER,
(Late of Lanier. Philllp3 4 Co..) " "
Wholesale Grocer and Commission
XO- 30 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM TfEW
JL York and Baltimore, where I purchased a
new stock of Groceries, nnd am now oneninr at
my old stand. No. 3S South Market street, where
I will be pleased to see my friends and the pub
lic ecnerally. I shall endeavor to sell Groceries
at soch prices that merchants will find it to their
intirist to buy in Nashville Instead of going
farther. Any business entrusted to me will meet
with prompt attention. ,
The following articles comprise a part of my
stocl. in store and recirag :
. Choice P. K. Sucar. extra Demerara Sueur.
Tair to Good Demerara Snrnr. Oniihed and
Powdered Sugar, Cut Loaf Sugar, Ground and
n .,1.1 a.,-., i v n.,i iy iit- c.
Stuart's Extra Situd. Choice Rio Coffee. La.
guyra Coffee. Old Gbremment Java Coffee,
Lye, Indigo, Madder, Durkee'a Yeast Powder,
Around Mustard. Penner. Snlce. etc.; and a
general stock of Liquors ; Copper and Lead
all oi wnicn win ue sold low to tne trade,
nov25-3m L. H. LANIER.
JOHN D. JAMES,
(Late of tbe firm or Payne, James & Co.,)
m. G SOUTH MARKET STREET,'
TVTOW ItKCHIVINO A LAKQK LOT "OF GEO
cerles, consisting- of Flour, Bacon, Sugar,
Coffee, etc .
Special attention given to the sale and shipment ot
uotton ana otner r roauce. oci uu
LeMOINE & WILLIAMSON,
Office Nn. 11 N. Chcrrj' St, near Church,
R O. BOX 375
TJLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATE!!
jl prompiiy execniea. a variety 01 urawmga lor
Cottages. Villas. Hot House. Gardens. Parks, etc!
to suit all localities and taste can bo seen at thU
Jiilm Elrkman, Geo. S. Kinnev, It. II. Tbninpson.
W. T. Berry, A. J, Duncan, Robert Thompson, and
S. B. BROWN,
Late Capt & A. Q.
GEO. P. BROWN,
Late Chief Clerk Q..AI
S. B. BROWN & SON
AGENTS FOR THE
COLLECTION OP CLAIMS
No. 115 Church Street,
P. 0. BOX 32! .NASHVILLE. TEN
-IT I TlfP WT TrrtTTXTTV T A HTT 1 A r DPW
' sions. Transportation, (rail and river,) Qudr
irOHSES AND MUIiES
Tatcon from Tennesseans and Kentuckians, and
used by the United States troops. Loss of Horses
and Equipments oi
Officers and Soldiers in U. S. Service.
Three months Par nroDer due discharged offi
cers in certain cases, and all similar claims,
nromntlr attended to.
Recent acts nf Conn-ess have Increased the
Bounties and Pensions due soldiers or their legal
heirs, in certain cases, and Disced colored sol
diers and their heirs on the same footing as
Correspondents desired in nil portions of the
country. Business sent us by mail will receive
as prompt attention as if banded, us in person
flnr rhinrM irill hn retuonnhle.
References MnJ. Gen. Geo. II. Thomas, U.
K. A.: Gov. ffm. G. Brownlow: Hon. A.. J,
Fletcher, Secretary of State ofTcnncssee : Wing.
Tobey & Co., Bankers ; and first National Bank
of Nashville; and officors generally of tho late
volunteer army. nova-m
FRENCH BUBR MIU
TTII.T. SPINDLES. MILL MACHINERY
lYX of all descriptions: SteamJEngines, Saw and
flrlst Mills. Hoisting Screws, Smut Machines,
Belting and Bolting Cloth, Screen Wire, Mill
Picks, Plaster of Paris, always on haniL'and made
to order. All '.orksold by me Warranted. I also
contract tor tne erection oi flouring amis.
Corner of College amlBrotulStroeta,
XaihvilU. Ttnnttiet. ,
june21 ly ;
ENLISTED IN THE U. S, ARMY
(it Tennessee nre Kntllled to
Encli, for all Slaves Sfuatercl into the
BOARD HAS BEEN RECENTLY AP
nninted hv the Secretary of War to exam-
ne and report to Washington npon claims of
this character, iho rresiaent ei wis uoard, u
in Nashville, and has fitted np an office. The
other members of the Board are expected this
week and tne business win commence at once,
We have 'organised a Branch Office, in this
city, for the purpose of prosecuting this particu
lar class of claims. Our House has been en
gaged for the past two months in preparing and
prosecuting these claims before the Missouri and
Kentnekr Commissioners, and is familiar with
all the rules and decisions thero made, as well 'as
the most recent rulings or tne Secretary n ar on
the subject. '
Wb. therefore, offer ourservices to Attorneys.
Agents, and Claimants, throughout the State,
believing we enjoy nnnsual facilities for serving
them. These claims will be examined first by
the Hoard, but nnaiaction can oniy re taKen by
thn nrnner Denartmont at Washington.
Our porrose is to attend personally beforothe
uoara in Tennessee, me Doner io cnaDie us io
serve clients at Washington.
We desire one or more correspondents in. each
county, with whom wo will divide fees. And
we will furnish to them all needed blanks and
nrinted instructions, and koen them fully in
formed from time to time of tho action of the
Wi Airniih Individual claimants, blanks and
full instructions to enable them to prepare their
Onr Washington. Mouse bas already, a large
MtTMDondenee in the State, but to Satisfy those
who may not know us with regard to our in
tegnty and business capacity.we gire.a Tew of onr
Loniivin ana Aasnvuie references, wno are ail
widely known in both Kentucky and Tennessee.
No. 2 Colonnade Buildine.
Lnnirrllle Itefarenees. J II. Linilenbrirr
Pmftttr Marehanta' Rank of Rantnelrv A.
Lewis. President First Nashville Bank: Col. L.
r. xnustin, secretary oouiuern .nutuai uie in
surance Company: Jos. T. Tompkins. Wholesale
Merchant; Newcomb. Buchanan Co.. Whole
sale Merchants; R, Unn t 06.. Proptletors
Mercantile Agency; Oeo. Richard W. Johnson.
Nashville References. Thomas it Sample.
Cashier Trader' Bank of Tennessee; A. G.Paa-!
fard Prmident First National Bant J. tl Me-
Crorr. Cuhier First National Bank: Adams. Tllh.
son & Co-Wholesale Merchants: Hon. il. U.
xiuTUWu, uducu ciw vuuih Aiirovri .
nation, rresiaeui nana -oi lencessee; "ing,
Tobey Co Bankers: Col. E. P. Ferry, Pnited
SUtesTaxCommUsioner. N. E. Alloway. Esq.
lhUS. made wltn or witnout supennteoaance
OfSea, at the Maxwell Uoust. . . , ,
Jobk OriaTO, " J. J. McCaSv".
W. D. Fuwos, E H. East.
DEM0VHLE. &; G0,
Wholesale ami Itetail
r ' w - - -
Corner OEurdFahd'OhTBrri; St.
- iiAniiiii,,, ig'iiK;.
' WULnKa IX'- H
. WINDOW GLASS, ...
. DYESTOFFS' EtcJRtc. Etc,
. t.ticu s.ci ui i. A .1 1 UVUld- VI
rreneb. nn ;1 1 ;ti nn.1 lmpri..n M..r,.t.i,n..n
Lubin's ExtraeU, rinatSpaps, 4. ,.
Hair, Tooth, and' NaiiBrushej,
Combs, Toilet Ppwder.
Pomades of almost every variety.
ALo. a large stock of Toilet Sets, comprising
ineniy-uvo uwereni paiiems. ineunesi'assort
mentever brought to the city.
IVinirn n full ovV r T 1 (VX T CVA
Coal Oil, White Lead and Zincs. Turpentine, and
u,a vuciius vu in u mui reasonaoie terms.
. Brandies. W incs. Whiskies,-of he purest qual
ltv for medicinal nurnntfM.
A full stock of Cigars and Tobacco, of the best
. Coopers' Sheet and Shred Isinglass, Coxe's Gela
nos ciatunng jixiracts, apices ot all Kinds; to
which the attention, of housekeepers is at this
lime parueuiariy inviiea.;
ED. WILDER & GO.,
TOBACCOS, AND CIGARS)
ZJP . ce vpiFlm. 5gA.c ST
- ' AXt" -
"llTE HAVE ItliMOVED TO OVB. JfEW
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,
Nortli Side of Mnin street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL.
OSE nOOB BEtOW THE COOLER OF StlTTI,
Where we havn onennd nn entlrelv now ntftek n
Qoodj. and wjHoff6r to thjitjadotogether with.
" AYaried assortment of
Druggists' Fancy 'Goods.
Idquor8, " -Cigar?, and' Tobacco,
Comprising tho most cotnpleto assortment in
nnrt hnntA in this n.innfrv. . All nf whieh Wft
shall offer at manufacturers', and less than menu
B. S. IIaviltov. Jaiie.r R. Qreeh.
Late James K. Qxcen i Co
B, S. HAMILTON & GEEEN
09XMISSIOX ItlERCXf ANTS
NO. 25 CHUECH STREET,
A RE NOW RECEIVING. IN ADDITION
A to their present stocx, per steamer llavnna
75 bags Cofleo, all grades; .
75 hogsheads Sugar:
rii,,.MilnAfr.n q.m;, '-- .-i i- v.
w vok..via uuulu t'.ifiui ,
20 barrels Crushed, and .Powdered Sugar
20 barrels oranulatod augar;
200 barrels choice Flour;
50 K barrels Nns. 1, S and 3 Mackerel :
100 kits do. do. do.; .
5 drums Codfish;
50 boxes Herrings;
20 cases Indigo and Madder ;
. 10 bags Pepper nnd Spws;
100 boxes Tobacco;
100 doien Buckets and Washboards
76 boxes Cheese; ... d .
50 nests Tubs: -
60 kegs English Soda . "
25 boxes English Soda; -200
boxes Star and Tallow Candle ;
100 boxes' Soap;
20 kegs Syrup, very choice;
100 reams Paper:
50 boxes and half boxes Raisins..
FIRE CRACKERS AND TORPEDOES
100 boxes Fire" Crackers;
10 boxes Torpedoes.
Snuff, Oysters. SardinesCanned Fruits, Brandy
Peaches, Pine Apples, Nutmegs, Ctoves, Ginger,
Flasks, Jars, Brooms, Pepper Sauce, Tomato
Catsup, Jellies, etc., etc.
Wo also.lnvito attention, to our large stock of
Robertson nnd Bonrbou Whiskies,
Old Port. Sherry and Madeira Wines. Cham
pagne. Brandies, Rum, Uin, and the celebrated
We aro constantly replenishing our stock, nnd
are determined to sell as low a any house in tho
B. 8.- HAMllVrOX OHF.EN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FANCY GEOGEEY STOEE,
No. 13 Vortli Cherry Street,
NASI1VU.L.K - - -TKKKKSSKR.
KEEP CONBTANTLT OH HAND A LAEQE
and complete auortmtnt of everything tn
ineirune oi m
'VEBY BEST QfAtjlTT. ;
Importenj of Tl' e and Gonuin
Qcnnnn, . -s -
SpaitUh, . ; . .
Ilullan and i
' " ' French
winks am 'Matrons,
I ' i 4 v Clil-vltS. Ma, on hamV the ,best
ciikvimi itfit.rru. rjit-ly
A OA II I).
rTAVINQ60I,DTOMESSBS.ORB Bn03. OUK
XA steckof QrocerlM, Liquors, etc, w taka plov-
sure in recommtnains inem to our inenaj ana cus-
. torn cri every .way vtthy of thelr.confldnce and
SI1IA11U.1, UUMtM S Hill.
AgenU f-r the ul of LAUBEL HILL SIIF.KT
1N08, Hope MUU and IUehland ilanaCurturtng
Cotopnt' COTTOK TAKSS.etc.
S. E. Corner Market and Broad hta.,
Hav reopened la tha above spacious Warelioas
where ikj hava eoUrred facUltlea'raf tbe tsrag
and tela ot Get'ton'and Frodoc generally, aad hav
ing, tn addition to recent heavy purchases in EksUrn
markets, loujht- the exUnsivs stock of Mn-n.
Straiten, Cheney k Boy on most favorable terns,
tKey are ,prj4,try5r. tbUJ.linuiud m-
STAI'LE AND FAX.CSj iilfOi-'ERFES,
Foreign nnd Uomnlic tVlnci ami
' l.lidoTWJ Klc, Kir.
rLA.tu rn U1 Had II to their lnUmt to ,lf.
OrdevSaerorapaBid'wllh tbaeaih wilt uet prurai't,
&IUDUOQ. JI,V UUU1IIKK.1,
E. comer BrMd aad llatket treets, Naahvlllo.
TTVILL, IrOM AND AtTBt'THIS DATE,
Drj' Goods, Hals and Caps,
eTefceorfminfenirb Sfsfe House. o. a
imbllc Hqunre, at reduced rates.
JXhe:aUntian. of 9ftunrr a ml, ny buyers Ir
ont atan early day TERMS CASH.
rr i444 r J L. BAMBERGER.
NsBrtll.TennfcIJeilS. 1SCB, declSWDt '
iiOHT-STAIXS IN A 0001Tc6jtfF6RTA-
Cor. Oi urawiora soi.i. cummar su.
ii'o,o o : A-causs; . ;
. - , OF -CHOICE -' J
. ...FOR .SAIiE,. '
Wltlilii Seven MUch or Xaalivlllo.
MMIE TTNDERSIGNED OFFERS' FOR SALE
J. 1.000 Acres of the Tract of Land on which
he resided. It is susceptible of convenient divi
sion, is exceedingly rich, and is- tspeelally
ntinpieu io unvues. One-half of the tract
is now in lnxnriant grass, the balance in .timber,
ituicu, ay me am oi ueiMortavrestern ttailroao.
which passes through it.eoald be sold in Nash
ville for more than the whole land wonW cost
If you desire one of the beat Ktoek Farms-
ever offered or sale in Davidson eoanty, arply-
ai unru. x am aetermtnea to sen.
. I offer, also, a largo number of Ttioroncl!-
brel Stock-several fine Stallions from four
to six years oio. a lew Glares, and a number o(
one and two year old Colts ome of them in
fine condition to ho trained the next season.
ir tbe stallions are not sold soon, they will be
farmed on favorable terms.
. I also offer for sale a pair of Thorough
brcU Geming, well matched and broke to
Harness. W. O. HAIIDI.VO.
December 5.1866. tf
The-Louisville Courier, Augusta Constitution
alist, Mobile Advertiser and Register, copy to
theamonnt of $20 and forward bills to this Office.
Gb'eat Clianccmj Sale
Gen. W. Barrow's Houses and Lots.
TN PURSUAKCE OF DECREES OF THE.
X Chancery Court in the consolidated cases of
j. is. KciHtricic ana otners v. w. ilarrow, I will
sen at puouc auction, on tne premises, on
Tlun-sdny, December 27, 1SQ6,
the three fine dwelllnE honsas an Cherrr itreel.
at and near the corner of Gay street. Theso
houses are well built, conveniently located for
business men, and each house contains six good
rooms, besides kitchen, serranta' mnmi. etn-
ALSO, the three small dwellmg houses in t he
rear of, tho above.on Gay street. Eaihofthesa
bouses contains six rooms, and is-well suite tor
a small family.
ALSO, the vacant property on the corner of
summer ana Line atreets. This property will
be divided into six lots four on Summer street
and two on Line stroet. Two of the Summer
street lots lront cacn feet, and run back 123
feet. Tho other two front each S5 feet, and run
back 175 feeb The lots on Lino street front 25
feet each, and run back 71 feet.
THE TERMS of sale ofall this property will
be one-fourth cash, and the residue on credits
of six. twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months,
with interest from day of sale. .Notes required
with personal security, and lion retained. Sale
Iree from redemption. AI. ii. HUWKLL.
150 TOWN LOTS.
rpHB TULLAHOMA TOWN. COMPANY
On the Slat Day of December,
Offer at nnhlic sale, nnd enntinnn from Tav tn
day until all aro sold, all these beautiful Lots
heretofore reserved and unsold, and which are
eugi myelinated lortamny residences, and many
convenient for business houses.
To thosa who desire a summer residence, or a
delightful dwelling place, this sale presents treat
attractions- The locality of Tullahomo, with a
population of from 800 to 1,000 inhabitants, on
tho Nashville and Chattanoora Tin H marl at thn
terminus of the MeJIinnvillo And Manchester
Kaitroad, in Coffee county, and on the table lacd
of thojilountain District of Tennessee, is of un
'surrnssed salubrity and nleasantnoaa. All the
comforts and appliances of high civilization, of
an orderly, well regulated, moral and roligious
community, and good schools: the purest of
water, cnaiyocaie ana suipnur, in me town site
TOE TERMS OF SALE
Arc a credit of six or twelvemonths, eieont the
sum of ten per cent, to be paid down on day of
saie. nana ana security required, and a lien on
tha lots. retained. Maps of the town and of, the
lots for sale to be seen on application to me at
my nouo in xuiianoma.
WM. MOORE. Agent,
deoll-td Tullahomo, Tenn.
iunrsnx stmttojt. RAUrrox j. chssiv
BSJfJ. P. SOT.
STRATTON, CHENEY & ROY.
COTTON AND TOBACCO
TP A. C T O T S ,
No. H Itrottd St. AasItvIIIc;
HAVING SOLD OUR ENTIRE ST00K OF
Groceries to Messrs Ore Jt Bro's. we will in
future purchase and sell
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
ENTIRELY ON COMMISSION,
Planters may rely upon our best efforts to obtain
the HIGHEST 3IARKKT KATES for
their Produce And should our friends favor us
with orders for Groceries, they may rest assured
of having goods purchased at the LOWEST
Having one of" the largest warehouses in the
city, or facilities for tbe STORAGE OP
COTTOM ASDTODACCO is unsurpassed by
any house in the South. We have aad will keep
on head a Iarga supply Of BAGGING AND
ROPE, and several kinds of IHOX TIES,,
which we offer on most reasonable terms. '
We will matte tlte matter of Itecot vlujr
and Fonvnrtllnx Gonln a Kpeclaltjr
lu our business, and all Goods consigned t
us for Co Shlpinentwill be sent, upon arriva-
at the VTharf orDepot, prpmitly forward at th
least expense to the owner.
Liberal Attvmices rnntlo on. Con
Nashville and Chattanooga
E'A IL "W -A. "Y"
OHxiiVGE OF TIME.
Orrici or Gexkxal ScpwinfTJurDKT. 1
V L I a w. XT L- XT tT
Al ia- V Al 2,1 il. .tl 4 f lasAltM Ala
Nashville. Tenn.. Nor.28.18Sa.
ON AND AFTER TOES DAY, SOV. 37,
1SUC, and until farther notice. Passenger
trains will run as teliows :
XiubTllle nnd CunttAnoogn IJnr.
Leavn Naahvills for Chattanoora and all
points South. at 5:30 i.x. and 8:30 p.. Arrive at
ChatUnooga at 00 r. if. and 6:00 a. v. noxt
day. Returning, leave- Onattanooga at 6:00 p.
si. and 2-.V) a. m. Arrire at Nashville at t:00
a. u. and 11:20a. it. next dar.
All trains connect at V artrace lor onelbyville.
.Snri.Rvvir.L AncovueniTioN Leave tv ar-
trace at usiu r, a, anu ouu a. u. Amie uonii'
bwllle at 1250 rs u.:andS9:15 a. M. Leave Shel-
boville TJX) aor and IliOO r. Jr. Arrive at Wan-
trace at iSA.M. and 11:15 r. u.
FARE TO NEW 0RLEAS . 83s 23
AifJUlLK at in
MEMPHIS. - io oo
niaao ronseetlonii made at Stevansen and Chat.
tanooga lor all cities nast ana beatn.
lm-JL: -. .it : : u i..l..
OtCBJJUlK CJU9 UU Mil .1lUk A aiMllM.
NnsOfivTlIe' nnd Xot-tonreatrn Elite.
KvpBcaa PaSrEXQEe Leaver Nashville for
Jehnsonville.and all points West and Northwest.
at6.00a.it. Ret urnuig. arrives at Nashville at
ACOOMHOBAIIOS. Leaves Aaanvtlteat f.
and arrives in .Nart villa at r, a.
To take effect on and alter lliarwsr. Severn -
Trains on the N. A N. W. R-,R. eanneet at
Jebnsonville, witb tbe iilto ana Jeansonviii
Paekets witaout uii.
Of Berths end JleaUFRSE on Steamer oop
neetlng with N. and S. W. RaUroaa. "
3- P.unrra hr this roBte save tir.ftntaaf
Sleeping Car and Meals between Nashville and
Cairo. . . :
w Trains stop aran laiermeuiaie poinu.
Vraenrr Meted at II (!. JafVan' ODDOEitS St.
Clad lintel, nrat the ChattartMgft Cepet.
v. i. s.-.tis-, wen i sodt,
N. i C. aad N. W. It. K
J. W. BROWN, a'lPaM Asjarft.
Dv!7-Hf. . i .
AKEEOYD & D0BS0N,
A R O H I T E a T S,
t-KsW. COB. 0HBROK AND BI0U 3X8.,
DLAN5, EtXVATION, SETIOSS,'.rCI.L.
1 slxed Dttall'SrawlBas aad Speetfleatlena, root'
i4ta and aatlilhauBittiaBt BtiarlBteBdsaeD.r
Ui Trry"tJir EoelWf tlcal, Citli and Itenmllo
tig.' Atao. i3lruer of
IToiinmpntsjjSlaJnetl Gloss.d roTo--;
H. U. AKEK0TH,
ss & tf b a ca" e:
. .... , -,"t v." ,:
Marin e and ir e
"Under thn new ehartcrfds new opea fur W
AT NO. M NORTH COLLEGE kit
Next deer to sacaer of Ua'wn itrcei.
JOS:rjtI v. AEEK.V. Prl.leul..
"A, vr. mrrr.r.11. . sefrotnry-.- - -
John M. Hill Watsen II." CoAke.
C. A. H. Thompson. D. Weaver.
Daniel F. Carter, John U. Johnsgu, . .
SamuerVanleer, - Jhn )CTerrlSt.
R. B.-Cheatham.- i Ai G. Adams,
Josetra W. Allen. .
Josepli 0. . Rye,
INS U HA NsA-NOE
GEJJE2AL f0LLECTLG AG EXT,
Office. .Martin k Pickard. East Side Public
Square, Columbia, Tennessee.
P! PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES ON
Cotton and Ship t a the most reliable Conimu
sion Houses in New York, Cincinnati. New Or
leans, and Nashville. Orders far COTTON or
other Produce will receive prompt attention.
Collcctloni made, and proceeds remitted
promptly JOSEPH C. RYE.
Important to. Travelers and Shippers
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Ts now In fall and successful opintion
From, Cincinnati to New York Boston,, &C-,
And is the only direct route to the
Oil Regions of Pennsylvania.
Connections are m:tde with
Jeffersonville and Ohio and Mississippi Railroad,
via Seymour, Jeffersonville and Indianapolis and
Col. R railroad, via Urbana : Louisville and Lex
ington and Kentucky Central Railroad, via Cin
cinnati ; u. a. iuon lanaateamers via tineinnatt.
Tiro TlironirJi Trains Tlaii v.
Passengers by the Broad Gauge Railway secure
wide and Comfortable cars, quick time, and sure
Throurh Tickets and Baggage. Cheeks can ba
procured at an tne principal nanroaa arKtateam
boat officers in LoalsviUe and the South.
V. MQJUAKKN, Uen'l bup t.
E. F. FULLER. Oen'l Ticket Airent.
L D. Con. Passenger Agent, No.H'Fourthstreet
Wu.CpuJtB, Freight Ag"nt, J Louisville. Kr.
jis. t. rice,
W. D. LiVZXDEB,
face, Lavender & Harper.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
General Commission Merchants,
No. 50 Ifnlon Street,
XETV ORLEANS, TJi.
r,w. LXKts. n.v.ooMi.vQoae, a.n. wkbt.
of Arfeansas. Kentucky. Kentucky
Lewis, Comingore & West,
WO SI PKRIHDO STREET,
And NO. 3 Arest Thlrdstraet.
. .oct8 12m
W. A. PEEBLES
TTAS THE HONOR TO TN.
11 FORM his old friends aad
former patrons, that his services,
are at thelreommand. at tha offiea
of tbe united Htatcfi SnrTCTOr of Cua
soma, earner or uroau and rront sts.
USQtd x rmiw old office. Nasbriuo, Tenn.
J. LTTMSDEN & CO.,
XaxcrAOTvaEas asn dulses i.t
EEI)ES, OILS, LEATHER,
Findings, Curriers!: Tools,
Xo. O CSODTH MARKET STREET, No.
, . NAJSnVZ.U TENNESSEE.
TT3ED BY THE DEST FAMILIES TH ROUO H-
KJ out r.arope; approved by the Imperial
Schoolof Medicme.Paru; endorsed by the promi
nent members of the American Medical Associa
tion, at tneir convention, Held In Baltimore May
CONTAINS NO Sl'intTS or ANY KIND,
NOT INTOXICATING IN THE 1LEAST.
It is prepared In Pans from pure Sbsibt. aad
admits In its composition only Toxi, Arqwaiic
and FsBaircac subatanee.
Ladles will find it a deBcieu suWtitut for the
-various tonics wmefcaave as aieaone beuy,
Is a rare Wine of most delightful flavor. It is the
PORE JUICE OF A M03T DBLIQIOUS
GRAPE. It surpasses in excellence any table
wino in the country. Used in Eurepe (er eaera
meutal purpeeea. Church people are lavked U
inquire Into it.
These Wines are sold by all druggists.
ti CO per bottle, large ie.
KWlNO A PENDLBTOX.
seplf Agents. Nashvtrte
OF ALL KISDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames.
Cotton,Hay and Hag Presaos.
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
12G Walmit siredf,
rpnE UKBERSMNED HAVE IK - FULL
JL" operatien their shop for if an atari a SsjB,
T... . ntl I. I 1.1. ...I ... I K , . n.
VIWH. xiUy4A, liUMV nut, ry.wfMj
and protiatt Uetdinaa, Coraiees. liraekafi. ,
Washboards ud Casetnga, Doer and window
Weatharboardlnr aau r loon nr. ureesea rtaqy ioz
use i and every dlserlptjon of wood-work sea
led WHO Dunaing. n aroawc, piaparcu ia
tAi far Hdi
at haarr ax
tn marlt aad
P Orders from any seetlsa et theSoulhern coan
try(wiIlbPonetBally ailed. ,
' Onr Shep & In Immedfate connection with the
Locamotire. Sheps of the Nashville and Chatta
nocga Railroad Company, near the Sewance Coal
Yard, on Cedar Street, Nashville Tenaessse.
TUKBIVILLE A i ULUiitK.
aagO to lit Jan. 97.
Jas, A. McOliire,
.13 Union Sreel,
AndWaleMU aad RetaN Beaieckt
r ZA, X 09, OUGAJS'S A iYi
AFDLL SUPPLY CONSTANTLY ON HANL
. of Pianos, from the worM-reaewsed saakera
Stemwax A bens, J. B. Dunham, Seetfeeler a
Sohasldt, ,and A. H. Gale 4 On. Te-getker wHk
other raakersof note, at priee. saae as New
Tork. from $300 to $1,000. CaraWtTNeedaaai A
Co., and Geo. A. Pilnee'j celebrated Organ, and
MeVodeas, sold at Factory Prices, with Ml war
rantee . Mine being the oJdeet and UrgestMsaM Heuse
in the country, purchasers ess s'waye Sl the
largest stock to select from.
Urders ailed with promptse, aad saUsfaeHon
N. p. Mr. S. nAHN. the weHkawa Organ
and Piano Tuner, and Repairer, i eoeaged by
me. Repairing ofall kinds ef Maeieal Ibstra-
menu, aane at ray nesje, at reasenasle sates.
FARNSWORTH & 0LAEK,
Cornor Cherry nnd Union Hta.
IFnrtford luHitrnuce, ;Co.,
Cash Asset .. ..Sli?2,4SO W
Arctic Insurance Conipan-
Caslt Asst't. $d6,00Q 00
North American Innrauce Co.
or SKW TOK. '
Cash Assets M $76I,(JS 57
Columbia Insurance Col
or XEW TOK
Cash Capital SiOO.toO 00
Continental Insurance Co.
or jfiw vwr.I "'
Cash Aseetd. ...Sl,Wi,9lw4 00
Security Insurance Company
CmU Assets . ?li48,9tM 82
Xorthircstern Iiife Insurance
Cash AsMta. $1,260,000 00
f OSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND
.CLJ paid at this ofSee. Maria and are RUk ef
all classes accepted at rates graduated ta the has
We offer a medium f tth aad avaMUe ia
demnity second to none.
4f.irepelteIesatL0rV'8STRATSS with m
restrictions as ta travel or hutted .
CUT S T O WE.
.Tcflcrson, St., North Xash rllle,
ARE PREPAEBD TO JAKK CONTRACTS
for all work hi their He at the Mkwlg
named prieea ;
For rubbed er drove Sills r Steftsper aa-
perHeial feet 81 2a
For bush haaimered werk, de .... I OO
for Flagging, do 73
or Curbing per rutin! sg Awt 1 OO
HUGH McOREA feOO.,
A. IIAMIIsTOX k CO.,
Cotton and Tobaooo Factors,
FORWARDING AUD GOMMIOST
Market Street, - - - Nashville.
ONDERSIQNED HAVING TAKBN
e above Warehanse. will Barafeaia and
Cotton. Tohacee. Raemt. I.anl. or anv athar
frounce, on uemmwatea. riaaten. tarertas; us
with their business may rely on getting the high
est market rriee for their Preduee. Our ehargfu
will be as low as .ny house la ike eity. SheuM
our old friends favor tn wkb. orders SW OramriM.
they may rely on having goe4s purehued at tbe
lowest market prices. Wewngtveewatteattea
to a-eeda ferwarded ta siftu othar aiUaa. flbtn.
pers may rely on havfec thtfr swxh JVrwarded
promptly by the first train or beat after their ar
rival, uur omse is on aaarKK Kreot, waer a t&e
old boeka'ef Hugh McCbka A Ooeaa be feu ad
by thosa Interested.
Hoping for a share of pebtte patfMagevweah
seribe ourselves, ete.
) an 13 UUUU SUVKMA X W.
We rmspeetfaily Ititredaao ta ear eM friends
our sueeeaiers ia busts e, Btw MObca x Ot.
wbe cAstinue the Cem missies basin ess at Mr
stand. No 23 South Market Street.
Oar own otnee kN. SU eKeg Street, whsrs
, we hpe all portlaf wba iadeWed toto wsM at
onee eall and pay their aeaowts new. da a, aad aM
narties whe have anr claims afates us wW sra-
I sent them fer payment, as we wtah lav el me f ar
Dan ness at an eariy uay. , . .
n ly A. iiamijiw Jt uv.
FOE OHULS AND FEVER
XJuo tliO EtOHtl
HUllLEY'S AGUE TOXIC
Never Falls Always to he Deeeaded Cp--Natbtog
mere reMaMe taaa KaHay's T4k,
ITT ILL enre Ante aad Fever. ChtMs asat far or. la.
IT termKlent Fever, Datab-Aga. Breryperaa
wh has tried Hurley s Tvaie aeaka la the Ms beat
term ef it. As a curative asast k h ttaaarnaaaad
aad mere err tain tban rmtaiat. X bad resMs
frewusiag HuRLEt'S TONIC. StecyMr simA
ill LKVTl AO UK TONIC, Seea! afitan ts
HP JtLBY, KUDDbLK x ..
Propnetoia, LssKin, Ky.
IlMj-lfT'a .Sternaets Blltera.
Per DtWitr. hut ef Acsite, W4mm, Iplh
geatsea er Dytpeyeta. waat ol asMen aa tM i.Hrer.
llisardered StaEaah. thai are MMsti that
eoeapare with these ia rimuriag nes disuaaHag
atsta. rar Mt or w m nan msjst irg.
Store Ib lb a tJaited sHato. et Jrass tha proeri
aJ JHafaM, er irew tba proerfa
irs. iatsriiie. Ar.. oratr mthm aws ur
Ky.. aoftr Sevasia as
Xreeti, to wdmd all anion saonW boaiUfsnaal,
The aret Blood PuriSer. as aSoriag aad 9a-
i&ar MedieiB suuuh UBriralad, resaovesj an ta.
Duriiiaf .ram the blood, aad aire kedlss aad
ttrewgth ro MwsUsa. .
Uarlex Popnlar Worm Candy.
As lab is really a Seeciac fer Wotsm. aad the
bet and raest iala e ferra to give to ohWrea.
le,anrebikl itM Hik.H. " " ' "
Orleutnl Ienrl Oropo.
Par Boaativyiag Iho Cawpeaile-B, eataaJty M,
'an, yreekM. shmsc twimryf
Tntc r Ink? lalll.
e . . . VaoSfl:'. L..l.
world.resewaed fer its superior raajr. Kavfcg
dcs& mutkiaeeu oav uoui aix tmk k naa aa
come the pruKii'al ia WKa
fine, freo aowwz ink. dm far fm
ha waat K
Jm1J.I. U, i-.Am far r
Eor uniii baasos, boat
..Mitel a,l nMk oalv So ba
ved. rer sale oy BrssgsMs asM
flCKLEY, HUDDLE. A CO- ProytMon
Ferai! e by Berry. 1
skis aa etoaoat smoawaeas bos 97
any otfcerTli oe ataoag Iho laJiol af fcAi 1m
tho list, gfres aebaraefw fersftwiy wWoh
t onta stMM ii m intoHolr sartor ftr am
CaMert laam .f