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BD1TGRS AND PROPRIETORS
SvMslislii "ui..: :. .
6p 4MMwpartMt news. solicrtsU jnu any
' 'Wmitp- 1IW letter; from the variesss cenntfer
T HMl eapeeUtty 4trd.
AVlH(Mnaieaioct should b jiiwa
jfaHTJUfalff the I MS) AMtfasfATCM."
s.VTiiria.t, ;Lrinuui: 29, isc.
Intolerance niul l'rmwntlon-.HiuI
lure of Ailhlnt TlirCoilt-t ('onlrolleil
RafrvfWe CarnfKnulMtee New Vert; Timef.
Wise tlMt irr f Uic United States de
clei tkvmuml8f eftLe IteMa at Ai.ia
Btejbar. aiwl Raleigh, there began a system
af'persecmton and wrong in East Tennessee
HRwerthy of the caue and the victors in
owr great Wrijc for freedmen and right.
ThoM whaMwd been wronged and driven
Jrpw their hmp, returned to these homex
ttisig d'eoj by th -wrongs they had mflVred,
and embittered against tlieee who had eii
foil them. Their families had, been
iaOel. Umir itoflK ukik derate and
timt IMrU effiltitteretl with multiplied
wnmgs, atari they directed their whole
Ae and wrath again! thwe who had time.
OHH?S The tral and strong,
wl'ied when the Hebel were in theai"
eendniKf, were in turn driven from their
heme ana hunted through the mountains.
Theutve and fnatnweH they had searched
' for Utfcon fagitirea were too well known to
srJwl them refuge or idielter. The vio
lence ofjHib4ic ojtiuion drove them into
kpr State, amid tlwe who had like iym-
C&m ami feeling. Their lands and
m, or what the desolation of war left of
them, were tlie sjkhIh to which the returned
kvaHeU directed their bowelem fitmiliw.
The eourtd of jmiice and the laws
tfilM iMd. to which the Rebel ruler an.
"Iftiled With pMNon and violence te help
them in their unholy pereeomiorw, again
wftttfiMcd wore violent and impassioned
atrufgles, and jnetice became a mockery
aw the teiuples of jitetice mere arenas for
fMtioua contention!. Judges and juries
were awept uilo the current; the clamor
ft jtraltor and the plea of leyaltr Irttshed
-HiVf ee "aen .ami of law," and the
seale offMtce weighed an uneven ba
lance. The meet Unprovoked murder, the
raest ajfparetif outrages, and the greatest
violence paead unredrefwed and unnoticed:
or if noticed at all, were justified under the
port inexcusable pretexts. Juries were
impaneled and charged, the laws were read
and counsel heard, but the voice of passion
Bpekc'loitder than the voice of the law, and
fer the time the lips of justice were mute.
Suita were brought for damages and testi
mony readily conjured, by which Janda and
tenmonU were drveeted out of the fugitive
Kebola and vested In the returned Union
ist. Same verdict were justly recovered,
and pome f the guilty were inada to in
deoinlfyWio injured, but many unjust and
oppressive jnagmenta were objainod, and
under the form of the law many fugitives
twcre,robbed of their all..
A. few judges became parties to the
Violence etellMtc, and the laws were con
strued to suit the wants of each particular
oase, and tlww who wauld not lend their
talent nm influence to further such suits
were prewibed by political test-oaths.
Some who administered justice gathered
about them hirelinga and tools, and talent
and professional skill were subservient td
Iho ory of the impassioned raawes. Th0
jnriea, whe should have atood up like walls
of stone t breaet the wild storm and keep
pure and unstained the records of justice,
raised their hands to high Heaven and
solemnly swearing wall and Isithfully
to try the. Issues, pandered to the public
tastes, Rud'tho roll of dishonest jurors was
fearfully multiplied. The officers of theconrt
summoned men of tmo political faith, and
the juries impaneled recalled their personal
grievances, and the ory of their wrongs
silenced the volte of reason and eased
their conscience. Judges were dependent
upon the appointing poworfor tho tenure of
their office, and tho necesssities and dis
cipline of th party was the ccdo of their
Such has been the page of history we
have jrrittsn in the pat eighteen months.
"IVheravIr lltere are men -who detest wrong
and corruption ; wherever there arc men
who levo right and justice more than party
behests or otEcial dictation ; wherever there
are men who are pained to see a just cause
burthencd bjr epprwMioti ami faotien's vio
lence; wherever there are thow who will
paint history in its truo colors, that those
who oome after them may learn to think
higher and more nobly, thero will these
oxcesecs be hated and dineountenauced and
from such will ring the voice of warning
and of truth.
Time sufficient has passed in which the
slings of iorsonal wrong and the memory
grievous outrages should have been healed
and forgotten. If men will attempt to rule
in the spirit of tyranny and in defiance
ef the preeepte of history, then they need
net be surprised that those who have fought
(his war in the hope of furthering true re
publican ard Christian charity, should pro
tent againet their intolerence and refuse
KKPr.AI. or THE USURY LAWS.
''The following is tie Act passed by the
Legislature of South Carolina for the 10
peal of the Usury Laws:
AN AOT TO TU.TBAI. THE USURY TAW'S or
- lie it enacted by the Senate and House
ef Representatives, now met and sitting in
General Asaembly, That from and after tho
jwssage of this act, in all caes of contrast
for the hiring, lending or use of money,
wherein, by the tersaa of the original con
tract, no specific rate of interest shall have
been agreed upon, in writing, aignod hy the
party te be charged therewith, the legal
interest shall be and remain at the rate of
scvenper cent, per annum.
2. That in all money decrees and judg
ment of Courts of Law and Equity, here
aftor enrolled or entered, in all cases of ac
count hereafter stated, and in all cases
wherein any sum or sums of money shall
hereafter be ascertained, and being due,
shall draw interest, according to law, the
legal interest shall be nnd remain at the
rate of seven per centum per annum.
3. That all acts and parts of nets limit
ing the rate of interest, recoverable upon
contracts for hiring, lending or use of
money, be and the same is hereby repealed.
OUIl GALLANT DEAD,
The funeral obsequies of Col. J. J.
Lamb and Sam'l H. Lamb, brothers of our
worthy townsman, 15. F. Lamb, Esq., were
appropriately celebrated 011 Monday last.
Alarge number of our citizens from both
town and couatrv were in attendance, thus
manifesting the high respect in which the
memerire of these gallant soldiers were
held by those who knew them loneest and
Ja. I). Porter delivered a most ap
propriate address upon their lives ami ser
vices. There was no attempt at display
or extravagant culogium, but a simple re
cital f facts and events connected with
their history. At times the speaker would
tee oil the tenderest sympathies of his hear
ers, when again, the glory with which he
invested the brave who die for what they
believe to be the cause of truth and right,
wore reseaded to by the liveliest emotions
of pride and admiration for the noble men
whose inanimate remains were about bing
lowered to the darkness of the tamk
Itri (Ttxm.) JnUiUftneec.
It is a singular coincidence, that laj r
General Grant, a Seetch oflicorin the Bri
ish army, 177S, defeated General Leo, in
ooBnaaod of the American forces in ."w
Jereef, ami afterwards promoted to the
rank of Lieutenant General, and conse
quently died "wry old," at hi seat at Bal
lendaljook, near Elgin, Scotland, in IROfi.
The eoutrict for supplying head-board
fer the Federal dead has been awarded, and
wiU'otat several hundred thousand dollar.
They are to be ef iron "dipped hi mrltvH
alne" te prevert oxydation ; but the chem
istalajr that the sine, by galvanic actio,
will-seen eat up the iron. Then where wftl
tU,e oavedBf ef i be T
' ! ' I J' L--1
The Imperial Court of Itioai, Franee,
has: jast decided that the epithet "fesnale"
applfttJl' te a womn eonetiiwted an rnumU.
-O.S- the 9d of J an nary, there wM be a
Pfrieeesten of the trade socMIe in TjmioWi,
which is to eeeupy ten mIUm iu Umflk, of
;arli"g lx abreast,
'fonE thieves are so rhhwmh In Mts
SjAjgnd',JEjiiMa that gilanee tm-tl
Khci'iuuii'N ailshloii Ileluro
nexltutllnii to Ills CaptlAl.
Xinv OBLEA&vDec 23. The Mexican
uimhIoh having' accomplished its ends
Lieut. Gen. Sherman aud Minister Camp
bell having each returned by separate routes
to the States there remains no longer any
obligation of secrecy. The expedition
though it hiu not achieved all that was ex
pected of it, has not been by any means a
failure. It lies opened up communications
with thi! Republic of Mexico.- and has de
fined and determined uoon a'ioint til an of
action, which in the mines or time will be
adopted by the United Males aud the Jua
rez government moving in concert.
'J lie inctdealg of trie busquahanna's visit
to Vera (tux lias already 'been made known.
The' sok reason why jbe members' Of the ex
pedition did not land there was because
the solitary landing place of the port is
nominally in the possession of the Maii
Hiitian authorities, and to have a'ttemtited
a disembarkation there would haveseerned
an informal recognition of a government
that is not known at Washington. Nothing
but courtesies passed between the French
authorities and the Susquabanna. Ba
zaino's polite letter toGeri. Sherman invit
ing him to Mexico City, was replied to by
Gen. Sherman in terms equally courteous
On leaving Vera Croi the Susquehanna
at ence proceeded to Tamplco. where ac-
redited emmissaries of Juarez awaited the
wrikfisaadora of the United Stales. After a
brief consultation they went bn'toMata
moras, where anetlier short council was
held with the confidential agents of Juarez,
and the result is that a definite and joint
plan of action has been determined on be
tween the United States and the Republic
of Mexico, Immediately after the with
drawal of the French troops, which will un
questionably take place before the 31st of
March next, Juarez will transfer his seat of
government to a point which I am not at
liberty to name at present "That point,"
said Lieut. Gen. Sherman to me, "X as a
military man, consider well chosen. Their
entire plan9 have been laid before tug, and
I consider them, upon the whole, judicious"
and prudent." Tjhen, in the event of any
fragment of Imperial power remaining,
United States troops, as yourcoirofljvondcnt
has strong grounds for believing, will be
marched over the Eio .Grande to- the sup
port of Juarez, and Minister Campbell will
return to the Mexican seat of government
to resume his offioi.il relations with the Re
public of Mexico.
This much being accomplished, I asked
of Sherman, "Do you consider your mis
sion a failuo or a success?" He repli&l
" To Borne extent a success. We are now in
possession of tho plans of the Juarez gov
ernment, and they know what we mean to
do. Just as in mechanics the opposing
pieces of centripetal and centrifugal at
traction produce certain results, so in Mexi
co, the fear of French absorption on 'the
one hand, and the fear of American annot
ation on the other, have brought about some
degree of unanimity among their leaders.
I wish there was more of it ; but we must
hope for the best. All that the United
States want to see is a strong, united gov
ernment in Mexico." ,
Lieut. Gen. Sherman loaves to-morrow
for St. Louis to report to Gen. Grant and Jo
resume the charges of his, department.
Minister Campbell will remain in New
Orleans to await the tide of events, and tho
Susouchann awill return to New York. -
There remain yet some important items
of general Mexican news. Maximilian
left his palace prison, or Orizaba, on the
11th inst, en route for the Mexican capital.
I was a personal witness of his departure,
so often prematurely announced. His last
words before getting into his carriage were,
"If I am compelled to remain, I will re
main within tho lines." On the lCth
Maximilian had arrived at Atlasco, six
leagues beyond Pucbla. His Avowed pur
pose in going is not to perpetuate his. power,
but to thwart the French and spite Bazainc.
He is ready to treat with Juarez or the
United States to f ecuro this end.
coxik.jim:i rr.-MAVs isr
The London Ezaminer, thus speaks iu
opposition to the hanging of the condemned
Fenians in Canada:
The fate of the Fenians under sentence,
of death in Canada sltould be decided with
out any regard to the construction that may
be put on an act of grace. Men are not to
be hung, becauso sparing their livea.might
be falsely attributed to fear. TJie judg
ment of the government should be un
swayed by the foolish rants and threats in
the United States. But some respect is
surely due to the feelings of the American
government. The men might not have
been captured if the American government
bad not faithfully and vigorously enforced
its laws against piratical enterprises. And
this fact warrants intercession, nnd entitles
it at least to respectful consideration. The
interference in the course of justice in an
independent slate is not like that of the
King of Prussia, who solicited the reprive
of the assassin Muller merely because he
was a countryman. The fact that tho blood
stained wretch was a German, gave the
King of Prussia no right of appeal against
British justice. The President of the
American Union may fairly claim to in
tercede for mercy on the ground that by
the help of his power tho prisoners had
fallen into the hands of their enemies. But
the question of the disposal of theso
men is not to be determined hy in
fluences, permissible or net, but by higher
considerations. It has become a law
of the land that life shall not be taken for
any crime except murder. Frost levied
war against tho Queen, and incurred the
Jtenaltles of treason, but he was not put to
loath. Smith O'Brien nnd his fellow
rebels were transported, though they had
nut their necks fairly within the halter,
in both these instances it may be said that
the folly of the enterpriser made it impos
sible to deal with them with tragical rigor ;
but if folly excuses, there is certainly no
lack of itin tho Fenian case. The truth is,
however, that the sentiment of the country
would not have endured the enforcement
of the extreme penalty for treason in the
We have seen it argued that, to show
we are not afraid of tho Americans, we
ought to act as if we were in great fear cf
the Fenians, and make an example of the
captured offenders. But fear should have
nothing to do with the question, least Of all
tho fear of being thought afraid. Let the
criminals suffer suitable punishment for
the unprovoked outrage, but not the penalty
reso rved excluxively for murdpr. If they
had done on our own shores what they have
done on the Canadian frontier, they would
have been shot and bayoneted en the field,
but, when captured, they would not have
been kng by process of law.
Dr. Citmminq writes a letter to the Lon
don JYwMdenyingthat in a sermon recently
preached by him he stated'that the consum
mation of all tlting! and the end of the
world was fixed for the present year, 1SW.
All he said was that we may expect be
fore the year is out tho final judgment on
the Papaay. He adds: "The earth, L be
lieve, is to be transformed, not annihilated.
I have stated in a work published in IS 66,
called The Lest Warnlag Cry? and i ill a,
trated by, kiturioal proefe in a work
which NUbet will publish in a few days,
entitled The Sounding of the Last Trum
pt,' that tlte great prophetic epochs, on
the fairest and mot reliable data, expire
in 1S67." , '
SAMB-fcnc sfflvlsed Al6xalHBrIga'nra
witty Scotch advocate, to read a bombustb;
book or a good subject, saying, "Dea'tyota
like to expatiate in that field?" when he
replied, " I can't get over the style." "
Aix doors of public buildings in New
York Sti must open outwardly; $500
A m akhiaok notice in a Richmond, "Vir
ginia, exchange, Imtteml of the common
appendage, "No cardV'lwM "Xo tickets."
-j i i. ii
A efcAsa of yong gfeh being examined
in pnlMeal eeouotHy, wwetked, "Hew k
Coffi divided ?" With an air f ,cenfi.
&mc a wt sixtt replied, " Civilised,
Inif civiliaed ami savage."
PUBLIC LXTRAVAGANUL AM) COR.
"Whetf such a Congressman aa Wentworth,
of Chicago, rises in his place in the House
of -Congress, and inveighs against the pub
lic corruption and extravagance now so
prevalent, the stench thereof must indeed
be very groat. In a recent speech he de
clared that "this country is in more danger
to-day from extravagance and corruption
than it ever was from the rebellion," and
that "never were the signs so ominous of a
powerful combination to increase the pub
lic debt and jiostpone its payment, to con
tince the supension of specie payments,
to donate mooey to questionable railroad
companies, who already have large grants
of land, and to make extravagant appro
priations to questionable objects." The
only hope of this -prominent Radical of
checking this current of corruption that is
carrying tho country to destruction is in
the President, After remarking that a
distinguished historian says that all repub
lics nave' fallen by their own corruption,
he asks "Will not Andrew Johnson stretch
out'hisarm a lime to. savc.ours?" and
arUl9f'If the PresidentJwisheslo redeem
himself, and to make treason to the best
financial interests of the country odious,
let him use his veto in instances where he
is sure of the support of at least one-third
of the House." One-third of the House I
And that is all I Such is the character of
the Radical Congress, as indicated by one
of its most prominent and sagacious mem
bers, and who himself has not themost
reliable reputation' for official porhybut
who is overwhelmed at the immensity of
the pubjic corruption opened to hia view.
The1 people, at the' Tate Congressional
elections, showed that thev had not yet re
covered from the war excitement, and that
they regarded more the success-of political
Radicalism, than they did a return to the
Democratic policy of low taxes and an
economical administration of Government.
It can hardly be expected that sharpers in
position, and sharpers who have friends in
position, will not avail themselves of this
political intoxication to enrich themselves
out of the public treasury, so long as the
people continue to imagine themselves full
handed and on tho high road to prosperity.
Well may even bo loose a moraled man as
Wentworth stand shocked at the prospect
ahead, and invoke the veto nf the Presi
dent to saveif possible, this Republic from
the fate of nil that have preceded it being
smothered to death in its own corruption.
SUDDEN 8ICIINCSS OF AX ENTIRE
FAMIXT-DKATIT OF THItEP. MEM.
On Thursday last Mr. Henry Berner, liv
ingn the upper story of No. 213 Columbia,
between Plum and Central avenue, pur
chased two hogs and on Saturday tho
family partook freely of tho meat, and
during Saturday night tho entire fami
ly fivo in number, took suddenly sick,
ahd at 11 o'clock Sunday morning an old
man Df seventy years, Mr. Berner's father-in-law,
whose name wo could not learn, and
a daughter and son of Mr. B., aged respec
tively five and three years, died. Mm,
Berner was also taken sick, and norrowly
escaped death. Mr. Berner Jiad a slight
attack, but not seriously. The sudden ill
ness of the entire- frmily, and death of
three, naturallr induces tho inauirv as to
the cause. In the neighborhood the im
pression prevails that the pork was that of
diseased hogs. Tho physician declares
their disease to bo that of tho worst charac
ter of Asiatic cholera, brought on, no doubt,
by too freely eating of pork. The old.man
and two children were buried on Christ
mas in one grave, and Mr. and Mrs. Berner
were taken to the country. This is a terri
ble calamity, and as the liberal eating of
pork contributed largely to their sickness,
it should serve as it warning to others who
now almost solely live on pork, because it
is tho cheapest article of meat. Cincinnati
Great Central----All Rail Route
NASHVILLE AND HUNTSVILLE,
MEMPHIS. MOBILE AND
i. NEW ORLEANS,
AMI AM. IXTEltJIKDIATE POINTS.
rpiIK NASHVILLE AND DECATUR RAIL
JL road Company tins m&do nrramrements with
the .Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company
by hih paiwtigcrs go
Through to 3IeiMiililwUt,ol' Change
Only one ahance between Nashville nnd Mobile
or hexr Orle&DV J3y arij ither Route
Splendid Sleeping Cnrs on
nil Night Trains.
Turocoii Kefress Traix Leaves Nashville
Dally at 9:30 r. u.
Arrives at Decatur at 4:30 a. v.
Connect nitlt Memphis and Charleston Rail
road for Hunbmlle, Memphis, Mobile, New
Orleans, and all intermediate points.
Leaves. Decatur at - 5:55 i. w.
ArrivejatNEjhvillo at... ...11:53 a. if.
Conneets at Nashville with Louisville and
Nashville Railroad, for all points Kait, North
and Northwest and with evening trains on N. 1c
a and N. N. W. and K. & K. Railroads, for
point on thoso lines.
Freight nnd Aceommodallon, Dally
Leaves Nashville st 7:25 1. it
Arrives at Decatur at 6:00 r. v.
,CoInml)ii Accommodation Train,
Dally, except Nnndnys.
Leaves Columbia it l. 7:16 a. v
Arrives at Nashville at 10:00 a. m
Leaves Nashvillo at .. 3:00 r. it
Arrives at Columbia at-' fetft r. x
nofsnso Chocked Through.
FARE AS LOW AS Tlin LOWEST.
For Through Tickets and other information,
5 lease apply at tfee effiee of the Nashvillo City
'runnier Company, Northeast corner of Summer
and Church streets, and at the Broad Street
Depot, Nashville, Tennessee.
J. U. VAX DYKE,
nov9 General Superintendent.
'IMIE. BUILDING KNOWN AS TIIE DIS
l PATCH Printing Office, corner Bank and
Printers' Alleys. It is well adapted for a Printini
Office, a Furniture Factory, or other purpose.
Apply to Jno. Wallace, at this Office, or to Dr.
J. 1$. LiiMUley. 52 N. Cherry sired.
To Count r j- Newspaper Pub
lishers. T?0R SALE. AT THIS OKFICK. VARIOUS
J? fetvt of newspaper and job type, whiehonn
b bought nt very reasonable rate for cash.
Also. Impatdng Stones, Cases, Frames, and In
fact all toe material Berearr fnr reffttinj a
(rood country new?panerand job office. Wehavo
likewise fer sale a Proof, Job. and a Power
Press all as good as new. The Power Frees" is
a Potter, on whioh can bo done almost anr do
rcriptHm ef work; siio of bed, 32x62. Terms
enT9jrad en appliaatisa at this Office. '
Yatufiljle City Property
FOR; HA I.TR
Frank A. Irwin, Atlin'r, vs. Jamei Irwin
BT VIRTCE OF A DECREE OF TUB
Cftanty Coartnf Davidson county, rendered
at its December' Term, 1CV5. In the above cause.
1 will Mil at Public Auction, at the south end
of tho Coart Htmse in Nahtille,on Nnlurdny,
tho 1-lh Day nt January, 1HG7, the fol
lowing deeriod property, belonging to the
estate ef Rachael Irwin, deceased, to-wit:
Oae let situttcd on tnernerof Spruee street
and aoaLltf.adjAiniBgthe "llumoSehool Build
ing Letln the city of Nnhvltle. fronting 12S
feet to aa alley, o.a which lot is erected a. frsme
dwelling house. Also, four lots situated on
Maple Jtrwt. in South Nashville, each fronting
41 feet on Mid street, and nioninr back to an
alley, said lastraentlonod lou being unimproved.
Tkkms: One-fourth cash, and balance on a
eredlt of 6, 12, IS and i months. Notes baring
interest from day of rale, with personal security
reamrrd for out paid purehavs money, and lien
deca-ld P. L. NICHOL. Clerk.
' CViraEKTsAKI COAr
The- Cheapest and the Best.'
T BATE YODTt ORDERS FOll YOUR
J j Wlnte 'ut- at the eiSae of lKtixaioK
.tl&BIUR. .No. ? I'nbllr Square, and I
wilTaeo Own. preeapUr QUA when ordered
Trmt CWb j Hm?. v
IT F. WATSON. Agent -dealS-l
fer W. 0. Lwja
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29,
FROM 10 T023 PERCENT. SAVED
by scTtxa Toes aooot atTthi
EW YORK STORE.
X0. 15 UNIOJf STREET. '
qWE PEOPLE OF NASHVILLE ANI THE
A nrroundliig country will please bear lm mind,
th NEW YORK STOJtE is now socetvtneand opn
Ing a new and very attractive stock or
Staple and Fancy Drygoods,
fl!OTIU.V., fcTC, JTC,
WUkh has been bought tor Guh in the vry.bMt
Eastern murkeli, ani will be off rwl at Uwverj
lowest retail price. '
The stock consists In part of -Hlackllks,all
Colorrd Silks, all shades and prices ;
Moire Autiqna, all colon ;
Best English and German Poplins;
English and Frencli.Mcrlnos; , ,
Empress Cloths, all colors ;
Ladles' Sacking Cloths ; )
Fine White and Black Alpacas,
Lustres, all colors ;
Y and all Wool PIiMs, all colon ;
All Wool Flannels, alt colors ;
Bearers, Broadcloths, and Casslmeres ;
Uoesklus, Tweeds, and Jeacs ;
English and American Prints;
Brown andUIeached Domestics ;
6-4, -4,7-4, B-4, -4f.an-lheeUo jj j .
Table Linens, ToweljfSO'apHns.
Alt grades Irish Linens;
A fud assortment of Whita Ooodt;
Lullei' nd Children's UjrWy and Oteres ,
Common and,French-EmbroIdred Corsets ;
Puplei EUIptio Hoop'gtlrU;
-Ladlos'-Siiawls, Coak, and Sontagi;
r.lbboas. TrimmlDgi, A lane Ooads;
And many other Goods too numerons to mention.
BememW the place NEW TOBK STORE, Jo.
15 Union Street, (Leryjfc Co.'s old stand.)
oct2t-3m K. FnAWICMJT.
Parainove, Sowers Co.,
jNo. 25 North jDherry St.,
HASHVltBE . 5.h.:;.TENH
WIS ARE PREPARED 10 COLLECT;
Claims against the. United States Oorern
inent for property taken during the war.
Whether Receipted for or Ifot.
Oar facilities for
granted undor tho various acta of Consrosaareof
a character to
I SURE THEIR SPEED r PAT3IENT.
Soldiers and all other.-? entrusting .their claims
in our hands are assu d that they will receive
OITIE MOST CA1I FlU ATXXKTIOX.
Amemberof our firm U located in "Washing
ton City, and in constant communication with
the various Departments of the Government;
and his extensive experience in. the collection ot
claims enables him to prosecute, with
PROMPTNESS ASD DISPATCH,
any business entrusted to oar charge.
Givo us a ealL nor25-3m
GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GOLD AND
reasonable prices. Kverr article warranted as
represented. REPAIRING done well nnd with
satisfaction, as heretofore.
dcclS-3m Jio. aH Jforth Cbcyry SI.
Salo of Valuable Lands.
David C. Love et als. vs. Alex. Matthews ot als.
S DIRECTED BY A DECREE OP TUB
ii. County Court of Davidson county, at its
December Term, ISfiC, in tho above cause, I will
offer at Public Sale, at tbo south end of the
Court House, In Nashville, on 8ATDRDAY, the
Sth day of January, 1S67, a certain tract or par
cel of land belonging to the estate of Amelia
Love, deceased, and described as follows, vis:
" Being Lot No. 10 in the plan of the division of
Andrew Cattleman's lands, situated about 4
miles from Nashville, and near the ilillsboro
Turnpike Road." Said land L- .nlmproved, but
fertile and heavily timbered, nd contains
TERMS Ono-third cash and the balance on
a credit of one and two yea '.with interest from
day of sale. Notes with personal security re
quired for tho unpaid pu .base-money, and lien
retained. . L. NICII0L, Clerk.
DR. L. L. COLEMAN
HAS REMOVED FROM CHERRY STREET
to No. 310 corner of Church nnd MoLe
more streets, where all who may desire his ser
vices as a Physician may find him.
Dr. Coleman has, in connection with his office,
a neat and elegant Drug Store, containing a well
selected stock of
DREGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY,"
And other articles usually kept in such estab
lishments, which he oilers at the lowest cash
prices. The Hoods are fresh and gonbine.
MR. CHARLES E. RISTINE. formerly Book
keeper and ProscriptionUt at the Drug Store-of
R. P. Jenkins & Co., is with Dr. C, and will
take pleasure in waiting upon his numerous
Prescriptions promptly and accurately com
pounded at all hours. decS-tf
Out for Breakers !
UON'T YOU SEE THAT WE ARE SUR
roundel by Fast Men, Fast Horses. Fast
Railroad Accident and Innumerable Smath-vptt
Then is it not POLICY to take out an
ACCIDENT IXSURANCE POMCY,
which guarantees to tho assured 83,000 in case
of doath caused by any kind of an accident, or
in case of injury,
rJliS.OO per Woclc
compensation fora period not to exceed twenty
six weeks for any one injury. Snch a Policy can
be obtained of the
Southern Life Insurance Co.,
OF MEMPHIS, TENN,
on the following terms: One day 25c; two days
Wcthree days 75c: four days $1 00: five days
11 S: ten days $2 CO; thirteen days S3 00; fifteen
days $3 50: twenty days $1 00; thrity days $6 CO,
two months 0 CO; throe months $12 00; twelvo
months tt 00. All of tho above-mentioned Pol
icies and Tickets can be secured at a moment,'
notice from any Railroad Ticket Office in the
city, or of any of the principal Railroad Tieket
Offices throughout the entire South. Also at No.
6 North Cherry Street, Nashville, Tcnn ofSoo of
FRANK B- PKRRIN,
declS-Sm Gen'l Agent S. L. Ins. Co.
ON TEN YEARS CREDIT! 1 1
ADF.3IRABLB COUNTRY SEAT AND
Fifteen acres of good Land, four bnndred
yards from Broad street, extended. The im
provements consist of a Residence enntaing nlno
rooms, kitchen, servants' room, carriage house,
stable, spring house, cistern, well and orchard.
The easy payments required can be rcaliied
out of the product of the seiL This Is one of
the finest opportunities for securing a good home
that can be offered.
ANDERSON. JOHNSON t SlHTtf.
PERKIXS, SWEXS0X & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
So. i Caroodelet, eer. Union street, New Orleanfi.
3. M. SWEKSOK,
J. Y., late of Atln, Txas.
W. M. PEEK INS.)
D. L. KERNIOX, j
sptSiUwm of I'crkias Jt C K.O.
For Sale or Kent,
A LARGE TTVO STORY BRICK DWEL
ling, containing IS rooms, with servants'
rooms, crib, stables, carriage house, (make
house, et etc IK mites from the city limit,
on the Lebanon Turnpike road, with 20 ar 8B
aeres of choice land, with several inrlsn of-
Axcellent water, and a good well in (be yard.J
i nu isose.01 me most beaatirul ana nesJliiy
lBCtins In the vicinity of Nashville, adjoining'
and east 6f V. Q. M. Campbell. Apnlr tn
. O.Jf. CAMPBBLL
de13-2w "W. C. G00DLBTT.
SV J itf. ..-' . j
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EEAD THE FOLLOWINO II05IE Evi
dence of its medicinal virtiin ml in ii in
JjOUMwrgfarnlly1 circle." ' .
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Mr. tkfxard IHWcr. City:
D.ear Sir: I have examined your Stomach Bit
ten carefully, and find it what you represent it
to, be. The high order which the ingredients
going into it take in the Materia Medica, as well
as the most happy proportioned combination of
sobs tances, make your Bitters far superiorto any
similar preparation in the country. The fact
thatyou use only thfr purest Bourbon Whisky
must necessarily recommend your Bitters in
another point, especially as far as wholesome
ness and palatability are taken into considera
tion. I was well pleased to see in your estab
lishment the' process of manufacturing your
Bitters carried on by wayof displacement, which
not only gives you a better product, but also
recommends itself by clearer operation.
" EMIL SCHEFFER.
LouisvillVsept . W" 8Ud Qbe
an4f S3BH -- -
Mr. EJumrd Wilder. OHut
Dear Sir: My wife and child have been suffer
ing for several months from indigostion. My
wifo,seoing your advertisement, requested me to
bring her a bottle of your Stomach Bitters, which
X did ; and on using one bottle, I am more than
nappy to state that my child, now four months
? V.u?u i noJ1!b?d a voluntary action sinco
Ita.blrtb, is entirely restored, and my wife is
enjoying the bost of health, and is now wholly
nnwilling to be without a bottle of your Bitters
, , ow sttj buu iuo mtnv strengtn
-oning and appetising tonie that can be used, and
iTi' . .l ""!t.m.1" uewuuontit: ana l feel
it due to.the public to make known the wonder
ful good it has performed in my household, and
most heartily recommend its use in every family.
I remain yours respectfully.
T . 0.f,Praif- Traman & Co., 213 Main street.
Lo isvillo. October 20,1830
BRook HiVKf, Mkade Cou.NTr. Kt..V
October 21, 1SC5.
Mr. Edward Wilder, Zouitville, Kv. :
.- ; , -,'
Dear Sir: I take pleasure in saying that I was"
suffering from Agua and Fever, or Chills and
Fovcr, for soveral months, when I was advised
by a. friend to try your famous Stomach Bitters,
and after using two bottles I am entirely re
stored. It not only imparts new vigor, but it ij
truly tho best strengthening and appotiiing
tonic, at the same timo pleasant to the taste, I
have ever known used or afforded to tho puplio;
and I would say to all thoso similarly afflicted
that if they would be cured and have the diseaso
thoroughly eradicated from tho system, to use
your Bitters, and be convinced of their wonder
ful medicinal power and virtue.
I remain yours respectfully,
. P. P. NEVITT.
Locisvillk, Kt, October 12, 1S66.
ToE. Wilder, Etq.,OUii:
I was a good deal afflicted with Indigestion,
and occasional attacks of Dyspepsia. I was ad
vised to uso your Bitters. I scarcely used ono
bottle when I felt relief, and from tho use of tbo
Bitters, though nearly sixty-seven years of age,
feel the same energy and vivacity and cheerful
spirits of a bov of twenty-fire. Your Hitter.
a pleasant tonic and cordial, and as they are pre-
Eureu i rum pure ingreuicms ana good old Bour
on Whisky, I can safely endorse their use to all
afflicted as I was. I would say to such persons,
keep your minds easy, your bowels open, your
head cool, your feet warm, and use Wilder'a
Bitters, and never mind the Doctor.
Respectfully, J. C. BUCKLES,
Q " Old Reliable" Agent Erie R. R.
IT WILL CURV,. ..-j
And all species of -
i ' -y, , and Fever nnd Ague,
And all periodical disorders. It will give imme
diate relief in w
COLIO AND FLUX.
It will cure C0STTVENES3. It is a mildrand
delightful inviwrant for delicate Females. It is
a salo Anti-Biilions Alterative and Tonio fpr
family purposes It is a powerful recuperant
after tho frame has been debilitated and reduced
by sickness. It is an excellent appetiser as well
as strengthener of the diges'ive forces. It is do
sirablo alike as a corrective and mild cathartic
Tf K.n- 1 . ; n. 1 mw,A :V. 1 1 n - 1
-w.u umi ium wiu I'luavuvvu ujr ftn puj
sicians. as the formula will be banded to any
EDWARD WILDER fc CO.,
Whplesalisi , Druggists
215 (MARBLE ER0HT) HA IF ST.,
JOE SALE BY ALL DEALERS,
.College $lrcel,'xiear linion
Designate Depositary and 'Financial Agent
of tho .United ritatcs,
jtifa prepared to transact a regular Banking
basie&j. and f urn ih Hxcharlgeon
NEW ORLEANS. '
uacernmeai Securities, ayldndoilrer.bqujht
" JOHN LlJiSDr.N..Prciaent, ' '
W. THOMAS, Casjiler..
THIRD MIOjVAIi BME.
W. W. Berry, II. Burns,
John Kirkman, Jos. XT. Alkn,
Dj Wearer, Iklgar Joues,
Oan'l r. Carter, A.J. Duncan,
AIiauJr Fall, Chas. E. UlIlDian,
Ritan ad Cooper.
QUIIS BANK OCCUPIEd THE Bl'lLDIKQ FOtt
. merljr occupied by the Flan ten' Bank, corner or
Union and College streets, and I prepared to buy
and sell Gold and Stiver, Drafts, U. S. Securities od
SUtaBsnds, collect, JJotr Brans, (Joauoni,to hi
all part or tbe VntedU:s. ,
5-OBortJi and 7-3l) Trtat ury Notea always on
band and for sale. Gold Coupons cashed and Com
pound Interest Notes boueht at the blxbeat rates.
. . KDOAH JONES, Cashier.
VT. V . UERBY. PrMklettt. octlOJm
D. WALKER. J. L. YABYAN.
WALKER & YAEYAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
41 Cherry Street, (up stairs,)
Sai NASHVILLE. TENN.
,$. GO CLADAY
c i-L'x s 5i S t o r o,
(OppftsttVSt1. Clond Hotel.)
j- , .
So. 3, Sliumoua Block, Clinreli Mlreot,
PARTS ( UI.AR NOTICE.
ITE R S & H U U.T,,
DESIRE TO RETURN THANKS TO THEIR
patrons fnr tho liberal support heretofore
extended to them, and state to the public gen
erally that in order to have greater facilities for
for their work, they are fitting up in magnlficen
stylo tho largo and. commodious two story
No. 76 North IMarket . Street,
Ono deornorth of thoir present stand, for a.
Carrinjo Factory nnd Sales Booms,
Where they will bo bet tor prepared, than ever to
keen up thoir repntation for making first-class
Entrance to Koiialrtnjr Sbopa will be
lbo .Nnmo ns Heretofore.
A splendid assortment of Carriage work always
on hand at the lowest figures.
We will continue at our old tstand until our
now Factory is fitted up.
! WOOD !
33 Public Square,
WILL DELIVER GOOD HARD. MER
cbantable Wood, anywhere within the
FIVE DOLLARS PF.U COIIIK
FULL CORDS guaranteed. Orders received at
our store. nov29-lm
TX"OOD FOtt BALE AT YARD, Oil BELIV
VY ern, cheaper than at any other yard In tli
city. Terms strictly CASH.
PAKTIE3 rnncriASiNa 'laroely.
Ynrd corner North Front and Jefferson
a. hooan. ,
O. P. DANF0HTH, Agsnt.
CM AS. ROBERTS OX
NO. 17 X MAIIKET STREET,
TTrODLD REMIND HISOLDURTCVnS AVTi
TT Customers that ho is more than ver pre
pared to supply them with tho very best of Light
xreaa, iTOCKers, uaaos. uanaies, etc.
Ua has also on hand thA heat, nf WIu'k snUit.
ble for medical nurposos, besides a superior lot or
importea coptcn Ales nnu London i'orter. and
.fine brands of Cigars. Alsa, Currants, Raisins,
Citron, Figs, Dates. Nuts, etc.
Just received, tt tarira ojnortment ntVunev Art!
clcs, embracing Toys, Firecrackers, Masks, and. a
very . une vsortmeni. 01 r anjy. uomecuonery.
suitable for Christmas Holidays, Iwhicb. will bo
sold wholesale and retail. n0v21-tf
Corner College and Union Streets.
EC-,. THOlPSOrf WOULD INFORM. HIS
. friends and tb puUHc that he bas just fitted
ap and opened an elegant Restaurant over his
Saloon, where gentlemen will find at all times not
only the best the home market affords, but also the
best of everything from a distance Haying pro
cured th senli-es of a flnt-rata mot. ami from mv
long experience In hotel business, I font conOdent of
rcing bow 10 piease ensiomers.
Fresh Oysters rtcrired dally eerved np In any
style Fresh Oame always on hnd.
novt-ly R. O. TOOMPSOy. Troprletor.
Free to Everybody.
A LARGE O PAGE CATALOGUE, TBAOH
ing how to remove Tan. Freckles, Pimples,
Blotches, Moth Patches. Sallownesa, Eruptions,
and all impurities of the skint how to force
whiskers, restore, corl and boautify the hair;
renew the ago, euro drunkenness, nervous debil
ity, and othernseful and valuable information.
Everybody send for it. Address BERGER.
BHUTTO Jt CO., Chemists, 2S5- River street,
Troy.N. . declS-wlm
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS
AGAlA'Sr TIIE OOVBR.1MB.Vr.
. PERSONS" HA VINO .CLAI3I3 FOB COTTOJf,
I Hones, Wood LamBer, Iron or IT a rotiandUa,
raaen or pureaased tj tua united SUtes and net paid
for-alsa clerks, BKchaaJc and laborers who Lava
faHed to receiToBvpenntloB for Mrrlcrs rn Jered
weald & wfl to call on as at our office,
29 Hit-sry Street.
- . uownr & nelsov,
BttlJ'Ssi-ss Attorneys and Claim A gesta
Nnsliville Female Academy,
A BTJSa OF THK STOCKHOLDERS
rA-,.ef 'KiAIbTAIle I'eraalfl Academy Trill be
beld'on MONDAY. 7th day of January, 1867. at
the nffiee of Judge Uu:s. in the Courthouse,
for the purpose ot electing Seven Trustees, far
the ensuing year.
A. W R.ELLT5T0N. President
de9l2-td Board of Trustee
Of ' GIIc County Land for Hale.
I OFFER FOR SALS' TlfO HUNDRED
seres of Land, known is the Black jlir. r,c
which thero are 160 acres of level No. 1 grain
and eotten land, the balance cedar land, with
plenty ef water and .good improvements will
be ssldtogeyier or divided to suit purchasers.
Also, S?B acres rest below Tunnel Hill, one mile
VMt nf thA raifivM.t .4 .T. .1 1 l : . l
, - KBTV.J .UUUCCU Willi PP-
Ur5bltP.k' oiekry. chestnut tad ash timbsr.
i vuu iipauuD iot a win. joere&rc
nundredJ of arrwrtf Utubercil Units Uiae eon-
shares. I will tell. toiethr with tbo 370ftcref
7? 77r,,.a crTiaxti nntojareu, matiA or
tl fjhlMsl iA Pinainn.fi Akl. .-1 I L
v bbitiiiw mm iiuiucr iar jean.
and two years with lititnxu
.Tha raial.1.... ..J 1 t t . r
will be xarnUfae2 ami maoDtfae shares if lo-
J . I f J T . .... .r ...
Itw. tasai-iu j. ua ABUTS 1 .
NashrrUe Untoo and Dispatch copy and tend
bUl to this Q&tc-PuleM (Mitt.
HAVINQ CONOLUDHD TO RETIRE FROM
have this day sold eut to GHORQE 0. ALLHN
The cotton in store eensiitned to us by our
we will always be found nt the old stand, and
Nashville. Sept. 7. 196.
- - JSl.
IN RWTIRINR FROJfTttE COTTON FAO
take great pleasure in recammending our sue
patronage of our numerous friends, as frery way
riasnviue, Dept. i, ismj.
BT REFERENCE "TO THE ABOVE AD
saeceeded Alessrs. J. A. MoAustkr k Co. In the
mission and forwarding llusmes.. at the ohi
nhera we will bo pleased to see all the old
trehopeto be aDieiogive saimaetten to an
Nashville. Sep. 7, 1306.
Tha subscribers are nuthnmed
E . CARVER
u ' .- ' St) lam and 'favorably
COTTON GB O
SAIXS UAVi: FAR KXOEEOEU
Its superiority in operation and in quality of
influential Cotton Planters. Merchants and
All sizes from 13 to 100 saws eaeb. constantly
Fermerly of Maury to.
0. W. OtUWAt,
T. a. SAHru.
of HuttiTlUd, AU.
nuts h. caassr,
or illHimsoQ county.
BilliT, MM & CO.,
lVHOtES A TjE grocery
IVos- 5 and 7 Rrond Street.
WK BKO LEATI TO RETURN THANKS TO
oor friends for the very liberal shire of pat
ronage bestowed upas oar Loose tha postseason,
and would say that, laving enlarged our ficllltka
for storing cotton, we are now prepared to glte
every attention to the storage, sale and shipment of
all cotton our friends may entrust to our care. We
promUe that every eflurt will be used to secure the
very highest market price, whether sold here or In
Will make cash advances on all Cotton er other
rroJuce shipped to us. Our terms shaH always b
as low as any other rell&Lla house.
JAMES M, BAR8EY and WM. T. SAMPLE wIU
give their undivided attention to tha Cotton Depart
ment, and will strain every nerve to make It to the
Interest of planters to patronise us.
We w III at all times keep a full stuck of Groceries,
Bagging, Kopa and Twine, and all grade of Vluur
for aae at the lowest prices.
WANTED. We wish to purchase washed and un
washed Wool. Feathers and Dried Trult, and will
always give the beet prloes.
1JA I LEY, OUDWAV & CO.
Fancy Flour! Fancy Flour!!
We will keep constantly on band, by the single
barrel or car toad, H. Vaughn & Co.'s Celebrated
Lockland Mills Tlour, which we will warrant In
every instance. We will also keep several other
brands of Flonr, which we offer to the trade at the
lowest cash prices. Dealers wilt do well to examtn)
our Floor before purchasing.
BAILEY, MIDWAY k CO.
aug2l-6m U. A A., B.J
Saturday, January 12, 1866.
Paul Beech vs. L. F. Beech.
IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville, I will sell at
the Court House, on '
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1807,
A lot in North Nashville, beginning at the cor
ner of an alley on Haslam street. 179 feet west of
McLemore street, and running thence 293 feet to
the south corner of Haslam's Addition, extend
ing baclr, i bout ISO feet to a 12 foot alley, being
the same property conveyed to L. F. ISeeeh by
J. K. Kdmondson. Sheriff, by deed registered in
Book No. 31, page 121.
Tkbxs or Salk Credits of 6, 12 and IS months,
without interest. Nutos required with approved
security, and lien retained. Sale free from re
demption. MORTOK JB. HOWELL. C. and M.
R. JTcP- Smith, Adm'r, vs. Eli L. "Woods
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
JL Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named cause, 1 will sell at the Court lloilie at
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 18C7,
All the right, title, claim and interest ef Bli L.
Moods lo and to the bouse and lot on the ear
ner of Summer and Deaderick streets, known as
tue i-iantera- notei.
Ttaua or Sals CrediU of aix, twelve and
eighteen months, without interest. Notes re-
Snlred with approved security, and Hen retained,
ale free from redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL, C. and M.
R. McP. Smith and others v. P. P. Cook.
TN PURSUANCE OF A DHORBE OF THE
JL Chancery Court at Nashvillo in tha above
named eause, rendered atthe May Term, 1SCB, I
will sell at the Court House at Nashville, n
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1867,
Tho fallowing loU inBaleh i Whiteside's Addi
tion to Nashville, vlx:
1. Lot No. 1 of Lot No. 27, fronting 75 feet en
College street, and running back along Jaekson
street WA feet,
2. LoU Nos. 1 aod 2 or Lot No. 11, frosting,
tegether, 100 feet on Water Mreet, opposite the
Txkus 3ix, twelve and eighteen months'
credit. Notes required with personal security,
and lien retained, and sale free frem redemption.
, MORTON B.ILOWHLL, 0. and M.
John Friereon, JV'dnx'r, vs. John Wtlli&raa
A. Whaless vs. James Wbelepa and rwhera.
TN PUR6UANCE OF DBOr'hES OF THE
1 Chan eery Court at Nae&viiis, I will sell at
the Court House, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1667,
The very cwmodwas Brick DireMlDe on Higk
street, the second daerin the rear of Diekeys
Mill, tha lot fronts 23 feet 6 inches and Tuns back
2)0 feet to theTenneaseo and-Alabaau RaUread.
Tils hoaie js n&w occupied by Mr. Plnnkett,
who will famish any desired ioforraatlon.
Persons d earing a convenient residence are
raQaested to examine the premises before tho
day of sale.
Taws or Six t Credits of sir, twelve, eigh
teen and twestr-feor months, with Interest from
day of sale. Aete renuired with npprered so
cority. and a lien r stained.
Salb free from redemption
MDRTOH B. UOWBLL,Cand M.
PJLAJfTERS BANK NOTES.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
X Legislature of Tennessee, pass! Deeember
12th. U6. entitled aa act "Toexpedite tbedis
tribntion of the effects of Banks, wbish hare er
may make assignments amssg their creditors."
notice is hereby ciren to the bnlders of the nates
cf Tax PLixrxaa Dxiz or Ttsxnsxc lo file
them with the nndersbrnrl. st the Bank in Nash
ville, between now and tha lit day of JassMuy,
eighteen buudred fcadslxty-nlae. ilset) and re
ceive eertiiieatea therefor, or they witt be lererer
barrel from any participation .in the assets et
the Bank, lhe eertieatef will be reeeired
at rsK in payment of debts due the tfank,
whether tendered before or after Use 1st of Jaau
arr.im D. WUAVBK, Trustee.
Memphis AraianeheafclKBexriMe WhlgeoKr
three mentis and send bttl to Mr. WAvti.
: NO,.. 29,,
s, x. Hijcw-r.
sale Dealers in
TUE BUSINESS OF STORINtl COTTOSvTV.'B
friends, will still have eur stalest attealtM. as
will ship er sH for them, as they may desire.
J. A. McALISTBR A CO-
worthy of their conadeneo and support.
J . A. McALLSTER i CO.
VHRTISEMBNT.lt wHl be seen that wc ha
stand, corner of Broad and Oellcee street.
" w uBusr, ana our own lrteods-
those who mar entrust ns with their husinees.
ALLEN Jt HILL -MoALLStER.
ui lueoiu nrm ot nnaoK i allsn.
ftgenta for the salo of the celebrated
COTTOX G iV S,
TUOSK OF ANT OTIIEK 9CAKK.
lint preduecd. is acknowledged by tho most
SI innfi Blnp.M
on han.1 or furnished from the Manufactory.
Toys and ClirJstinas Gift
AT IIAJLI? PltXCE,
LIKEWISE JHUIKERY GOODSETO..
at half price positively to close eut aalH
the 24th ef December. The steek araliUr
Bonnet, Hat, Sash, and Trim
1,800 of the Latost New
Styles of Hats, Bonnets, ;
and a Beautiful Stock
of Plumes of Every 'n
BUIDS AND 0 R NA STENTS
Paris riowera and IUMal Wrtsath.. Kaw StlU of
Keek Chains, Bead NeU, Kto. New Style Halt
Waterfalls and Coilrs. i Fine Cloth Cleake some
at $10.00; 20 pieces French, all Wool Merinos, at
ft JO. LaJlee Belt or Furs at cost. A Large
stock of Teys and Fancy Oouds, Perfumery, etc at
tost. Woellen Ho, Cemfcrts and Children's IIosA
N. B. Asmy health requires a change of climate
astrI Intena estabUsbing myself in bBsfaess at
Nw York, leaving a bnneh of oor honse at Ksilf
vllle, ezelaslrely for Millinery Coods, and my rest,
dene ast will give as superior advantages to select
goods at greatly minced prices, and the IaUt
novelties as they eerae oat Kast.
I trust our okl friends wIU help ns eut at tfah
this time, and get good valae for tbeirioaey.
At 46 Union Street,
dee4 Nut door to the Bank of Tennessee.
Oto. s. Beria
O. t. Km
PJIXARD, ROPER & KEiT,
100 Commercial Street, cor. Walnut,
M rV . LOU I
A LJ, BD3INE38 ETIlOSTKD TO OUKOARE
IX. prempily attended te.
First Hatioaal Baak, NashvtBe.
Co. t. Oau, Khi pprwsr Hi; OtuJ lfeti.
Kasbillle. 1 vpiSS.ly ,
S A. "W" M IL L S.'
M. C. GOLBBEJlti,
DBALER. IX ALU KI.NI yF
LUMBER, SHINGLES, ETC.,
NASHVILLE, - -
THE ONBEPIOSED, IIATIMO Rf ENTLT
n . pa"L?r,1, tb.t w Mill, kaewaa fr
"Be3rvelr MHb," he 1 eew aV te ufltrtto ib (.
seas of NashvHU aad ssjrTonediegewiBtvy.aH kinds
of Lamber at prtees te slt the tleses. Tirs tf et
perSenee at the bmio JimUSm llai ! saeW teat
all wart ah. I i i . .r
T . "v in .n.HMm K1 kl
ivr. Bjr ttrkt titttMi aad Wr ditl&. 1m We
triait a I i Ural iWa vf jwtrirBatf. Csll aiW
tiK-'f M. O. OOLDRERQ.
JUDGE J0H5 S.aKIEX A JJfO. g. BUBCII
ATTORNEYS AT LAWV
NO. 61 CIsXJlHT TKEET.
LOCK BOX 91
- XASUVILLK, THifS.
ND COCKRILL 3TRTSQ TRACT. -WK
have a lanre nember ef beaBtMUl HatUHor
Lots In Barti's Addition, arid id the itasediAle
vicinity of Coekrill Sprine-. that we -will sell pri
vately on liberal term, i'eneus desiring baiul
seme snbnrban loealions would do well to rive
us a call. A.UKHa, J011.VS4J.i Siintl.
tlOO to g250 per 3lonUi.
TITATITKD, AtfEXTS KVERTTVTTKRI
II Male aiyl Feraale. to sell the Ociinlsie)
lnjr Jlarlilnp. Priee only $13. Thtf JfaebiBe
will stieh. heju. fell. tuek. bind, qaill, braid, and
embroider. The- cleth eaanot be palled apart
Git.iu,i vinj iinHiiimiiini, Avery saa
eblne warranted three rears. Send for rireubsrs.
Mautaetaren' iiettthern ArenU.
ST0R8 ROOM OK CUURCII 8TRXBT,
-Si nnniul I. Ik. ' iLt ... If..... . . f
;r v , . w aq exceuesi
stand fer beisiess. Apply te
deefi-la X. E. ALLOWAY.
the xuinvxixc duly rxiirv
9? JJA2 Annticas Blocs:, eonm .i
Wwrih sStTmrrT'sfa.; prWte the Peet 0re
DUrSiuTi4tu..'r.V...r. ....... 4U
weekly . 3 ki
Properties ate rates fnr starter sr1eisa.
YEIXOW EXNE EIOOEIiYG
SKAWKN rWlait WtWI."l UCMBHK
W a kinds.
Cor. Craxrfbnl on.l, .Nortfe pannier Sle.
: . ,. , it ,
hwx tv reos. s. js. jtjsss. s.VnfcartiT
Nos.-17 and-19 Wwt OolumbitvSt.,
- OP COLOONE,
LIQUORS AND WINES.
Tt O It Kit TN O N COtrSTT,
KOPnno.V. RYE AND HOXOXflAm..!
Prpnfsef lr eetaWfdfcraea of Ora
-'n-.st.sr'i. .. 1 , . t . 1 H , m sr
ROWlLSSra SREfiRY '& CO.
Aconterfor thA FrasWlln s?aory.
NO. 4G "WEST 8E0OND STREET
..qiNOXNNATI, OHIO. '
COTTON, . .
' BRIHD FRDIT. !itc
lWed. ami MUal r Cask' sJr.nt.l
188 9srfi&sB itT''
IlOWI.ANT, SPSTRRY &Mt
Capital, One Million Dollars
ENTERPRISE DiSURAtYOE CO.,
r. u. Bisnor, of n. sr. Bwop c
THEO. COOK. PmMeat Ctuuniii-ef foeanwr .-e
JOSEPH C. BQXLKB, Pies't at Bar.
ItlTOU M(inKEr,flI.1AHSrra. X.
b. It. UDLIh ef Addy, BolTi Oer
A. S. at WtBstewJt enllSi
tjr.I StriFT.e Brian Swill A V
OITARt.ES KPtE. of C. Role JrTu
a H. BOeiTANAW, ef BeebeSM A Cti
ABQLP1I, WBOD, et Adalpfa Weed .A
JAJIElS 8. WISE. IfasfavsUe Packet CWSs. a.
L. A. 11ARRIH, Mijorof CUcfniMtt
TH08. 9HXSGOOK, FtestsVat
WiI.B, OAMILl.y. .Rrejdt t.
U State ef It-amotso. ' r
r4Wwsulen stUa. Seiek,- B v4Mes t r
NASHVILLE, 0A1M Aii)
NEW ORLEA4VS ..."
Tri - Weekly Packet Lino.
Tnr abqvk Ltxr ctxriti thk (4i.
lowing- sphiKlM-- lasng- Paekets. MVtoc
Kashrllle dartiwi the seasaa aaSsHewci '
tr. teaves N'-jfRfft T ATS X esjNk S7
NASIIVILLE.WlLST SttiM, Master, leaves ITafti-
TtoTUK3lArsVatWeehtk,St, . .
nniO.VE, leir. IUiiie, XasssrlMieetWt-
9 ' -
The above steaeaers wrA 1
tripe en the rst opening f navteatieal
berland river, aad -ee4iaM t M WsgllaHy
tbresgbout the baslaew seasaei.M Bsc aMvesssWi
ole. Making rime eenffeetiee aT 4ir1l r8J
ular packets r St. Lesta, MfiapWs awd'New
lraas; Usatsc thraSMtr Tieket ts Pssseasnssat asnt
airing tbroaah Bills of LadlDf for
above tlttM, ail all atalltM way sMMMSju ef 9v
very leweet sates. Imi srt wsM lie t
Officers aad Aeeots vt Ihts Nee U senile H :
aad deserving the palronafe ef BblHiOTS ed Mm
uukbsvtt a sorw, e-yroai Jjawti,
aa. u srenistreei, uppor nnnn aaavssis
iVashvIll and' iVcW: OrJ?anH
aMe-VfSkH SMaater, (i WeesjjsTiie j '
0. 9. OATHS
a .9 1 . . . arT6CHV&frftsnVBrtsT
Tnu MA9NirieEir fawmmwr 'Km
Fetifht steasaer, jHnnBiswl.by fcetT.Uge
Weed, aad leoz aad KiaaMt Wm MsHmrs
atM leWtrareMsr eoaresMttyla ttMlWliHrVst
NewOtlraa trade is daye past,l wsH, ess fcetei
trip frees New Otbees, .eater she ts4e tetweee
XAm X OekfvM, asei eeektssMe aa a sKsv
lar paslut dssrlec tM srasec. As Ji.S. Ttkjm
is Basarpaimt Br eabht. xniiiiiiseslssus 1y rtsy
steaaiiaUM the tVertese. wattesw We weuM e
spetMrrteHeU from ear ti"i4g aaj Mm fabso
agnsrally a Kera) sitare ef tsWtr yarrusasje.
uani3TT & BOYD Agent
K. H Front street, tf Wkswf.
HAHRIBOM & SO.Vs,
So Fmat sfrtssC
f r , sir
" " DsJi H. B. SHA'if, Xaeter
DR. T. J, 9iTAW, CLXkX,
lint' Cnun7-u SfAltisttr stysgjilssc
this- trade, and has bsjiea zeforBisjkeit. re-tsri.
and taoTOushJr overMaled. and rfog""e'PJ
geo jedges ta be ue W the MMt wssnWlMe
Bsd Mbssanriel eataert n thsTtenx.watert
tih i a lsr?M ttila Wtat. tnlS aroOOV A fcssMt
KvnlyfurGistetioebia capable ef aoiasansjatisjr
ae fowdred trst etg6-wswt SJ seeoaet ssswe m
tengers. iter eaaaeity se eiM m
her aeeumusedalwus for tsml
nnsaniassed. 8tiriar si A Hew I
ol usxierwruev. utu steamer i
... l ; . . . . .M. &
to tfaipsers efOMfei aaTeeateer
assr, SMuers-aer I
1b DAVID Yf HITii.wl lmvKSiv4Mfr fr
SIMV OrlMlaa M tkjl Mr mi ri in ik. 1
Per freight er pesat xpij ess IgW. erle "
STKATTOV,, UIIEJ, KY A ROY, Asoata,
ExctfiitorX Sale or Taui.
ASKXSCt'TOKOF THE LAST KI
TestessetK ivf Jraexi Klselwik. Jsetsm
UedirtietMa of UieWet4r.OsM Jisltjea
of valaaMe Tarm Isxls. twelve satta treat
NajjiriRe, eaAlitt Creek. betetrtUs dewe trees
of Tabitha Kisabro. daw dereiueJ. aat MKlad
tartfaehesaesteaii of said Job Kmhm. TBIs
U very ralaable tund, aaU mil be aeM io-h'
TKKMei Oae ana two years, win itner
Notes with pirilw.ny,tsJliM reuuaa.1.
decv-ut aAMUSijiwtJSguv, atwr.
At LesTisjssM. .