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Raw, molk apples are dieted m M
hour a4 a UC TTUto WW
requiron fire hour. Tie hfaty ,
dessert that m be placed on the Uble u a
hal-nd 34p If oalon freqwntlv at I
. - - m , . f j
brwkfe. Tritli oeawe
witlwHt meat or flesh of any kind, it i
admirable effect on the eoneral syrteBa
removing constipation, corrtcttog atidiUes
and oMtieg off foferHe condition more'
effectually tlwn the rflOft approved medi
cine. Liefeig aays they prevent debility
strengthen digestion, oorreet the putrefae
live tendonctoa of nitrogenous food, avert
en the power of productive labor.
FcUiU SLlleb .('.
We do not, as agotenil Yule, feed liber
ally enough.- We do not te a sjifiwionl
variety of food'for cows in milk, nor ia tlie
quantity anything like what might be fed
to advantege. either is" (summer or winter.
Many firm era seem lo act as ir they tliought
the food oo&mmed were eo much low, so
rruch to be added to the cost of Ticepins
rather than so much raw material used in
the mans&elure of milk. If they owned
a mill they would feed into it all lite grain
it would grind, try tokcop it running at full
speed, and furnishing the largest amount of
its products of which it were capable, tak
ing into aecount, of course, the wear and
tear of the machinery. They would try to
get the largest yield coniiatent with econo
my and good management. The name rule
ought to be adopted in feeding cow. In
Mcad.of being content with a small, or even
an ordinary yield, we should feed so a (0
get all wc can consistently with a proper
regard to the health and protracted useful
ness of 'the animal. They have- carried
this matter of feeding to a far higher frfate
of perfection in Europe than we have in
this country. It may almost be said lo be
reduced to a science, so minute and careful
have many of the experiments and systems
of feeding become.
Nnvlcnlnr BUriue lu Roraca.
Navicular disease is of frequent occur
ence among fast horses, ecpemally those
employed on the paved streets of large
towns. The disease is situated at the pos
terior part of the foot, and is caused by the
excessive friction of the tendon against the
navicular bone. It is sometime caused by
the horse putting his foot on a stone in gal
loping or trotting, and thus bruising the
navicular joint. The foot becomes very
tender, and the horse cannot even bear to
rent lib) weight on it, and he consequently
places the foot in front of him, resting il on
the toe. The foot gradually altors in shape,
1. t . ii ! 1.
UCWU11M ililTlUVYUl illAll lb YtiiX mien 111 u.
Htate of health, and this especially is the
case in those horses in whom the disease
wakes Us apearancc gradually. When
the horse moves he goes more upon the toe
of the foot than when that organ is sound,
and tli shoe, consequently, soon beoamea
thin at the toe. On starting, the horse
slows considerable lameness, which grail u
ally diminishes as the horse gel warm
Treatment The soles should be pared
thin, and the horse allowed to stand on wet
clay or wet saw-dust, so that the feet may
rccovor their natural sensibility and tern
perature. The horse should afterwards he
turned out without shoe. Ily the above
means, the natural form and function of
the affected foot or feet will frequently be
In this malady it occasionally hapiens
that the horse continues lane, notwith
standing that the most careful and judicious
treatment haft been carried out. In such
cases the operation of neurotomy may be
performed. This docs not check the dis
ease, but it renders the horse insensible to
the pain of the disease, and consequently
frees him from lameness.
I'oMurlnjr !Iorc lu Winter.
Every horse turned out for winter
grating, should have a shed well protected
from tho north, west and cast, and well lit
tered ttIUi straw, to which he can resort
whenever he desires rest or protection from
the cold and wet. If no shed be provided,
then the homo should he taken into the
stable every night. All horses arc not
benefited by a run at winter pasture; some
on account of their thin skin and delicate
constitutions, rendering exposure to cold
productive of coughs and other complaints,
whilo others are prepared with a long and
thick coat of hair, that protects them
against cold but notjWet, andlthcreforc'are
not so readily affected by extreme changes
of weather. Winter pasture i best for
hones where their legs aro to bo improved,
while spring and summer pasture ift best
for the renovation of general health. The
barrenness of pasture in winter keeps the
carcass light, and the coolness of the at
mosphere fines and improves the legs.
Horses that have become "gaunted" up,
as tho phrase is, or that have attic appetite,
are really benefited by winter pasture, as
the grass at that season, although capable
of supporting life, has no laxBtlveor medi
cative qualities to change tho action of the
system. Such horses should be kept in
warm stables, and fed with roots and cut
feed. Othors, again, that have become
stiffened in their joints, or subjectto swollen
legs, are oftentimes almost entirely recov
ered by a winter's run at pasture, whctT
good sheds or stabling are provided for
them against the night air and storms.
Profitable Ileus Cnro of lonl(ry.
From th Rural New Yorker.
This subject seems to bo a very interest
ing one to many. We have several com
munications in reply to the Inquiry,
" which Is the best kind of hens for lay
ing? Geo. M. Curtis, of Rochester, New
York, writes : ' I have twenty hens of the
Silvor Pheasant variety, that have produced
this year from the Erst of January to the
first of October, 2,880 eggs. jS'o extra care
v, as given them, but they were allowed full
range, and had excea to a thirty by forty
foot barn, with a basement which being
warm and comfortable, Induced them to be
gin laying carlv."
O. W. Cone, Stanley Corners, New York,
endorses the same breed thus : " I am de
cidedly in favor of tho Silver Pheasant,
after laving tried various breeds. The
Pheasants arc bad sitters, I but superior to
any others for laying. I have not the
least doubt but that some of ray Iicas have
laid taree hundred eggs within the past
year. This fall my pullets commenced
laying about tho SOth of October. Last
winter I kept fourteen conflued in y
bam, and giving them all they would eat,
thev cnumed about six quarts of com jier
week. Their manarc applied to the corn
field will increase its product sufficiently to
supply thJr fix' P191" ffOW t,iem
have wen nearly four dollars each."
From the Country Oeatleasn.
As layers, we consider the Spanish and
the BUok Poland Top-knots altogether un
rivalled as abundant layers. The whole
family of Hamburga, including the llolton
lireyH, are prolific, and are known as eTer
lau layers. All great layers are non
aitters. There is also another variety, the
LegtiArM, (sotae call them White SpanUh, )
wMeh may be classed In the same category.
Where any considerable number of fowls
are kl'Pt, a few heus which are not ineliiied
to inoabatc, and lay a large number ofoga
through most of the year, ate much to lw
sought after and encouraged. It should be
remembered, however, that continued laying
tends very much to debilitate the constitu
tion f the lird ; eud for purpoees of breed
ing, hens that arc known to be good sitters
must be twd for hatching the eggs.
It if not a fact that fowls need no care ;
on the contrary, if it I Wished to make
them profitable, it is necessary to take good
care of them. If ther are kept where feed
and pu" water are always at command to
est end drink as much as they imu they
will lay more and become more profrUWe
to.tlielr ewner. ,
t has generally len supposed Uiat there
would be great difficulty in rearing ojuek
ens hatched in February and JIaroh, on
account of ilia odd, hut -with proper ac
commodations or conrcnlcacas, wo found t
wore certain than thow hatched in June.
Many persons fail in raising chickens
for want of ajltile attention to them at
this season of the year.
Sewetf the esrly layiBgheeswW begin
to allow a desire to inctrbaiA and if early
Ciiiekeiw otal tseairwl, it ig V. lo liumor
tin proiMwixitT and lt (cm flt. t.tliai
they have eeleeteu wfe and arta waec
where they will MX ; uwnriwi uy whbt
hens denting their egg to the general
mho. ".TO "d Xt?
1 mi the next box, vrtlli chiTk.
To fare the poultry yawl profitable, life
fowkjdiotiW not be kf until tkeyjire oW.
There i no bWecJios to Prtawv!riE a favor-
he oocK. W mIm ii tive a5d RlrJ
j - .Wn vfirm will not nralicet
at . '-r . I
a many epp as wofe 01 one or iw jwik
MtKti, however, i depending tim tiie
I I weed kept, hp (( as good layer aae, t-oA-eerned.
From lit WeMnrBnral. Dec p.
The frost has hud an cinbarm on the
cultivation of the soil, 'but something mar
Mill be done to protect fruit trees from
Damage troei stock, rabbns, mice, etc.
It 1 well to
rage lite grunw
low braHehep. us flier shade the trunks from
the rays of the Mm, and also prevent Hie
growth of suckers. If stock are allowed lo
browse in orchards they will destroy all the
branches within, reach.
In former numbers of the II (tier Hntvi
we have des-ribed various metliods of pro
iectine trees from the attacks of rabbit and
mice. The most effectual preventive of their
inroads is their extirpation from the or
chard and its vicinity.
Arrangements should be made for re
moving surface water lrom arounu uic
trees, where It sometime TOllecH uunne
thaws, and by freeeinK' on the return of
frost, causes i-er'ioiM injury to the roots.
burmej! drains should be made in all parts
of the orchard where it is possible for water
to lodge. Tree? that nave been transplant
ed lately renuire to be examined and
straightened, if they have been bent by the
wind. A raitkh of short manure will be a
great protection to the roots in winter and
a promoter of ther erowth in summer.
Long manure should not be used, as it en
curaees mice about the trees.
In orchards where the canker worm lias
made its appearance, precautions should be
taken to arrest its progress. The soil
around the roots of the trees should be
turned up in open weather, in order to ex
pose the nupse. and some of the best of the
tree-protectors sliould he applied to the
The fruit (inrilcu.
A mulch of short manure will be very
beneficial to the fruit trees, hughes and pe
rennial plants in the fruit carden. If the
soil from which crops have been removed
has been fallowed.it will be much improved.
If it has not been dug, it had better not be
stirred until sprine. U cannot be tilled
during frost, and in open weather in winter
it is not sutticiently dry to admit 01 laliow-
In Gardens where the gooseberry and
currant caterpillars, and the pear and rose
slugs are troublesome, the soil around the
stems of the trees or hughes should be re
moved durinir open weather ami spread
thinly over the surface at a considerable
distance from the place from which it has
linen PTnnraf fxl llv thin mean the chrvsn
lides of these pests will be cxitosed to frost
and destroyed. The liol lows tuat have been
maJe by removing the soil should be filled
with rich compost.
Grape vines that have not been pruned,
laid uown and covered, siioum be aticnucu
to oh soon as jvowiible. It is not easy to
nianace them when they are frown, as they
are very easily broken. It is better to wait
till a thaw comes and then to lay them
down, although "delays are dangerous."
Strawberries that have not been covered
should be attended to and receive some pro
tection from the alternate freezing and
thawing which are so injurious to them.
Any light substance that will not smother
the'plants, but merely keep them from ex
posure to the Min, will make suitable cover
ing. Those which have been transplanted
last fall reqHirc special care.
Tlie Kllclicii (.'nrilru.
Perennial vegetables, sttch as asparagus,
rhubarb, sea-kale, etc., should have a good
dressing of manure to-protect thorn and en
rich the sol in which they grow, aspara
gus can scarcely receive too heavy a cover
ing, but rhubarb is liable to injury if the
crowns of the plants are deeply covered.
Celery, cabbage, carrots, turnips, eta,
that have been slightly covered will now
require additional protection. These vege
tables frequently receive damage from being
covered too heavily when tliey are just
after being taken ui. They require to he
seasoned by gradual covering hoforo they
are put up fer the winter.
Stable manure for hot beds should lie laid
by from time to time to be used in Februa--ry.
Hot-bed sashes and frames should be
put Into repair and everything that can be
done to lighten the work in spring, ought
to be performed whenever an opportunity
Wm. Lipscomb vs. S. K- Joues and others.
TN PURS'TAXCE OF DECREE OF THE
J. Chsneerv Court t Xahville in above named
eaue. I will tell, st the Court Hnufe at Nah
.Saturday, Jaiutnry fl, 1807.
Tho traet of Lund in the Second District of Da
vhUon eounty. containing acres, known M
" Kim Crnc." This land was soUl in 19B by V
Lipscomb to C. K. Unmet, and by him nfter
Wnnln to S. K. Jonei. "
TERMS OF SALE Oreditu of six awl twelve
months, without interest. Note? required with
two good teeuritie, and liefl retained. 9le free
MORTON 15. H0WKLL, C and M.
J no. P
Pegrsun vs. Jno. lu
TS PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
J. Cbnnsery Court in the above named esose. 1
will sell at public anetiun, a the Court llense. on
Nntiiritny, Jnuuary 5, 1SC7,
Lots No. TO ami 71, in Foster's Addition lo
Edgefield, each fronting 0 feet on Smiley street,
ml running back 170 feet to an alley.
TERMS OF SALE Credit! of six ami twelve
month, with interest from day of sale Note
required with approved roeurity, iuiJ lien re
tained. Sale free from redemption.
MORTON Ii. HOWHLL. C. ami M.
Ellen Desha vs. Thos. Russell and others.
TN PURSUANCE OF A DHCRSE OF THE
JL Chancery Court in this case, I wilksejl ht
public auction, at the Court Houre at Nah
Kntnrdny, January O, 1807,
A tract of about 75 acres of Land, lyinc near the
Nolrujvllle Turnpike, about twelve milei from
Nwhrillc. Th! l the same land ftrmrily sold
bySam'l Kimbro to Thomac Ruaeoll. an4 life
bond for title is recorded in the RerWer's oSce,
in Rook No. 30, pase 637. .
TERMS OF SALE Six month' credit, with
out interest. Nate required with two good secu
ritl, ami lien retained. Sale free from re
MORTON B. HOWELL. C. mid M.
William Hagar vs. Tlioma Y. Northern.
TN PURSUANCE OP A DHCRBE OF THE
JL Ctmncery Court in thin oac, I will Mill at pub
lic auction, at the Court Hotwe at 'Nashville, on
Saturday. Juimnry ., 1SG7.
A tract of Land un Siunr' Creek, near the Wil -Ion
county line, adjoining the ktade of Ww.
liuar. aud conUininR aliout Mily acre.
TERMS OF SALE Six and twelve month'
credit, with intersat from day of mIc. Notn
required with approved iwcunty. and lion re
takted. Sat free fnm "h"ltio.
MORTON II. lToHTCLL. C. and M.
Jennie S. Tleming -s. 1. I. lickey ml
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
1 Cbaacery Court in this sm. 1 will toil, at the
Court HotMcat Naihvillc. 00
Kntnrtlny. Jnnunrj- 3, 1S07,
The two Houm ami Lots. N. SH and 81, on Mr
Lemore street, between tltMon and Cedar treet8.
owued hf Jessie S. and R. T. Fleraimr.
TKRMSOFSAl.K-Six. twelve aud eicbtera
mouth' credit, without inirsl. Note romirsd
irk appr ej Mcurity. and lieu rta1sl. Sole
true from rfvloaautiou.
MORl-ON U. HO WELL, a sud M.
Letitta J. Harris, Admr'x, vs. Itebert Har
ris and others.
I N PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
I CkaiMe' Court at Nashville in abore uamct
nan?, 1 will m4I, at the Court iluue at N'ifli
Saturtlay. jHnuary 5. 1SS7.
A tract of TO acre of Land, about UMo.tuttM
tr4u NaahvUio. on the NoiuuvOIe JmUMts
Road, batac the sauie pttrchei W B. Ii. Har
rit,dteaft. from Mr. Leaiuck Krowu.
Abo. about 6 acres of ia4. Mljaintuw tke
firmer reeideece of K. D. narri. dvoeaseJ.
about four wiles fraiu Nashville.
ThoM land wilt be ab-dit iJl to suit pur
chuter. TERMS OF SALK One-fourth cadi, and ta
rendue on or adit uf x. twelve, uichtaositnd
twenty -four Mouth. wUhout interest. Effete
rcuind with approved earilr, and ileu r
taiued. Sale free from rcdvtnptiw.
MORTON U. HOWKLL. C. u4M.
ATALEABI.E KUSI.MilSN JIUDSE VT
V AUCTION -H e will sell the pftmi.
on FRIDAT, the JUa in-L. at 12 o'clock - the
Market stmt, but worn tk Ste of JJrUw.
Son A Co. sad tb lW, HaJcV hot froMuie
Mfyd and ruuuMirWIc 147. 'VTtrt a Htticre-
tr at the
PoWie Vusjr KR sMs.kW" .ff..l f
AJWBfUKW. JUMJit Srj .
Soiitlieawt Corner of i
Qhurcli and College Streets,-;
, JfASnviLLE, TDNfc'ESSEK. ..
'-.t, ' ,-
V J-OO JLO IN ,
P 11 O I UCB,
R O C? E it I E H,
Flour, 'Siacori, JLaVtf,
liRIEI) Ftl!IT. Etc.. Elc.
Orders tilled tvllli Vnrent the Eovrest
OUR LARGE WAREHOUSE enable, us to of-
ifar superior iudaseeionU to I'lanten and ethers
Shlpi'int; their Cotton a
Vn which we will make
nine- their Cotton and other Produce lo ui,
Sell. Store, or Ship, oh the mo'st
Parties favorins ns with their buines may
depend on' it receiving prompt and careful
attentllHi. A. A. SPEXCEK A CO,
Southeast corner of Chnrch and College c4s.
oct35-tf- , .
Saturday, Dec. 29, 186G.
J. E. Gleaves, Aitm'r, vs. the Heirs and
Creditors of F. 1C. Zollicoffer, dee'd
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE-
JL Chancery Court at Nasavillo in the above
named came, and by reason of tho failure of tho
former purchaser to comply with tho terms of
the sain. I will aenin offer at public fale, at the
court House, on
Sn(iirUn)-," December 20, 1SOO,
Tho former residence of the Into Oen. F. K. Zol-
lieoffer, fronting K'A fect on litRti street, ana
mnnine hack 170 feet to an IS foot alley.
This property is welt known, apdisin the most
desirable portion of the city for residence. Tho
purchaser will be put into possession ImmcJi
atelr upon eomplyinjr with the terms of sale.
Thn nnrchBcr will bo rennircd to iflV one
fourth CASH, unci exocuta notes for the residue,
due nt ono nnJ two years, with interest from tho
Ihv of sale, and a lien will bo retained to secure
llieir ptiympni. ine saieii wunoui reticixipiiiii
.MORTON, R. HOWELL. C. and
James T. Armstrong ct als. vs. Robert M,
Porter ct als.
TX PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
X Chancery Court at Nashville in tho nbovo
named. cause,, I will sell at tho Court lloujo at
Kalurilnv. IJccember 29, 1900,
Ito two Store Houses and Lots on 'tho south
side of tho Public Square, at present occupied
by Miko Powers and J. A. J. ltoso as Clothing
Stores. These lots each front s feet and run
back 30 feet, and are entirely covered with
Tnii Terms of Siu arc S300 upon each lot
cash, nnd the. reiuuo upon t credits of one and
lrn vMm. Notes renuiretl with approved secu
rity, and a lien retained. Sale free from re
demption. MORTON 11. HOWELL.
fierS-tci Clerk and .Master,
Peter Anderson vs. Mclioberts A Mclvee,
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville in above named
cause. 1 will oflemt the Uourt House ai insn
Nntiiriinj-, Deeeiiiber 2I, 1800,
Tlie following Lota in the Craighead Plan, lyinc,
uvoiniiefl iroui iniuiiic, un iuu i,ui,uiiii aui.
j.ot No. 1. containing 33 acres and. 19 poles,
and fronting on tho Gallatin Turnpike, upon
which is situated tho old Craighead residence.
Lot No. 4. containing? acres and it! poles, and
lying in the rear ol lot ro. J. ...
.These aro the hits formerly purchased by Dr.
4pHHM5 T!rn,litor (V 12 nnil IS monthi. with
interest from day of sale. Notes required with
ninrnved security, and a lien retained. Sale
( lecS-td Clerk and JInster.
Tncv Ann Marshall and others vs. AValter
! t Marshall and others.
TsV PURSUANCE OF DEGREE OF THE
J-rChancery Court at Nashville in above named
pause. I will sell nt the Oonrt Honso at Nash-
' JRATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 18GG,
trlic House and part of Xot No. S3,ronting 3
feet on Line street, and running bock 1WJ rcet
lyW just above "Mrs. Peck's Spring.".
yilso. Lot lying back of ahovo mcntioneil lot,
fronting 30 fect. and extending back 30 feet to
Tnnnanl'a lln bninr nart of Lot No. 37.
TMRMS. (W third Cosh, and the residue on
credits of six and twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, nnd a lien retained. Sale free
MORTON B. HOWELL.
! dee3-tds Clerk and Master.
William Lipscomb vs. S.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
X rhnnrurr -Pnyrt at Nashville in the above
named cause. 1 will sell at the Court Honso at
SaliiiHlny, December 29, IS0,
A Tract of Land in the Second Civil District of
Dnvidson county, known as "fcim uraig, con
taining SW acres, and adjoining the lands of the
nlrl frantltn PvilllMTK
TERMS OF SALE Credits ofslx and twelve
tnonths. Notes required with two approved
securities, anil a lien retained, baieireo irom
redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL.
deeS-td Clerk and Master,
Noble D. Ellis vs. Susannah Moore and
, . and others.
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named case, I will again offer at public rale
tt the Courthouse nttfoslmlle. on
Sntui-ilay, December 29lh, 1SCO,
Tho property owned by the lato firm of Ellis A
Moore, and formerly owrcd by Dr. D. T. Soott,
being Lots Kos. 8, 10 and 11. near tho Baena
Vista Springs. These Lots front 400 yards on
the Uuena vUtn tnrupiko road, and run back
between parallel linos 276 yards. Lot No. 11.
contains 19 acres and 67K PcSes. and has opon it
a well-built ond beautiful Brick Cottage, eon
taming nino rooms, and furnished with all the
modern improvements. Thi out-houses, tmpko
house, stable, etc.. are substantially built or
brick. On Lot No. 9. is an Artesian well, which
rVirnishss an abundant supplr of water. A plal
f these lands may be seen at my office. Purcha
sers are requested to examine the property. It
is an elegant suburban residence, and the
grounds nre well adapted for a Market Garden,
't BUM!. One-third of the purchase money in
ash, and the residue on credits of one an J two
years, with interest from date. Notes required
with approved security and a lien retained.
Sale free from fl
Clerk and Master.
ANDERSON. JOHNSON SMITH. Agents.
llettie W. Lovell vs. Francis M. Murrcll.
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court
at Nashville, in above named oasc. 1 will soil
at the Courthouse, at Nashville, on
Saturday, December 29, 1SCO,
a lot on Spring street, in Edgtiield. described as
follows: "Beginning on Spring street, at tho
corner f a part of lot eeld to SamT bparkman,
and running thence along Spring street towards
the White's Creek Turnpike vroad, 41 foet to a
niec thence at right augcls from said street 113
to the southern line of lot No. 2, in Wet
niore's plan of dseSeld: thenco with said line
east 0 feet to SpafKtnan s corner, thence with
Sparkwan'e line to the lginning." ,
TERMS: Six months oredit. note required,
with two approved securities, bearing interest
from day of sale, and a lien retained. Sale free
from redemption. MORTON B. U0WELL.
deoti-td . Clerk and Master-
Ellen Deshaj vs. Thomas Russell,, et als.
TN Pl'SUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
X Chaucer Court at Ntttbrille in the above
1 will su at me lourmouse in
a tract of land containing 75 acres, on the waters
f Indian an.1 Mill Creeks in the sixth Civil
lbttv.f f Ilri.lon roantv. adtoiniuff tho
tends of Robt. MaySelJ. John Uriley, Tibitha4
BOfi4l, ewion sniey ami omen, ore iHuuvuiai
deeenptioa ia Book Ao JO, page 6S7. of the
TERMS OF SALB-irnlhs credit. Note
required with two approved securities, and a
Ih retalued. Skde free from redeBiptien.
MURTON 11. HOWELL.
doS td Oierk ami Master.
T AM OFFBREiu r"OK- SALK, AT 5
I euch. my selected and thoroughly repaired
Arsur Warons. . eomuletc.
snigle-trees, strMeher. " bow
feed box. ,
Army Wagon without repair
Thonbor WshoaMB be ordered ansl received
of Gen. N. ii. Farreet. Commission Merehant,
Memphis. Tea., with .freight and commission
TrWgUto Mri. ',
Dwlsr ia Wa. Ojarts. etc- Spruce street.
ifce creating t ri. ami u. n. tu. a-a-Im.
Kciuovnl of la&vr Ollioc.
,,f " ISS&UJBL VAUGHN,'
WEAKLEY & YARBROUGHJ
0. 3 NORTH CdiiTiEfiE
BARBELS' EXTEA FAMlBYFtOnR ;
200 barrels extra inperflnojloor.;
0 hogsheads Nuw Orleans 8nar ;
96 hogsheads Demerara Sugar;
SO barrels Crashed and Powdrreii Sitr ;
SCO sacks prime Bio Coffee ;
25 sacks Lagulra CenVe ;
23 barrels fresh Rice ;
fiO barrehi New Orlsans MoiMs ;;
300 boxes Proctor k Gamble's Sp :
150 boxes various brands Soap ; . .
100 boxes Star Candles :
100 boxes Tallow Candles, lt&rvl prcMjilt
GO boxes fino Chewing T6Uawt
GO gross Fine CutTobaeao;,
25 barrels Smoking Tobaeso; u (
25 kgi English Soda;
25 kegs American Soda ; 1 '
40 cases 1 and 2 lb. raus Oysters ; ' '
GO boxes Pepper ; ,-flt ...
GO boxes Spice;
SO boxes Indigo -J
SO boxes Ground Mutt&rd ;
25 barrels Mason's Blacking; . '
CO boxes pint, quart and half gslloa RMtlts
20 boxes Osrrett'i SnuR;
20 gross Durkee's EInIng;
25 barrels Bourbon Whisky, L
25 barrels Robertson County Whisky ;
100 hirrels Foots Nash Proof Whisky;.
100 hfttTeli.Ginger Cordial;
15 barrels Ginger Wine ;
15 barrels Sweet Wins ;
SO barrels Grape Ylaegar :
25 barrels Lemon Syrup ;
50 boxes Starch ;
50 doreu Bucksts;
SO dozen Brooms ;
2000 Flour Sacks ;
. SO boxes assorted Candy ;
Brandy, Rum, Gin, Wines, of various brand:, at
1VKAKX.KY & YAUBUOUGHM.
No. 3 North College street, Kashrllle, TensessM.
R. R. GHKATI1AM.
. r. WOOD
E. B. Cheatham & Co.
PINE BRANDIES, WINES
Cor. tOllege and Church Sis
Iir.rPTOXNTANTI.Y ON II AND AND
100 hacii choice Rio Cofl'ee.
125 LhTs Crushed, Powdered and Gianu
140 hhl Coffee Sugar.
50 " Mackerel. No. 1 and 2. .
25 " " No. 3.
150 kiu " No. 1. 2 and ?.
200 hoxes Star Candles.
126 " Soap (assorted.).
5 Tierceii fresh Rice.
Oj; 1,1,1a f;?dpr Vinprar.
, f50 " Extra Family Flour, Spring
lieiu ana rori xvoyai .iiins.
100 bhl8, bblfland kegs country Lanl.
5 tierces Dried Beef.
50 hhh N. O. Molasses and Syrup?.
50 hhla Sorghum Mohisww.
10000 bushels Cotton Seed.
Together with an assonti-it
FRESH CANNED FRUITS,
Spleen, Pepper, etc., etc.,
LI QU O E. S.
AMONGST WniCH IBS
C J Pipes Fine Rrandy,
llennesey, Olard, Dupey & Co.,
Pinto Castillon; vintage, 1849, '52, and'57
3 United Vineyard; Proprietors; 1850,
3 Puncheons best Irish and Scotch Whisbf
2 Piped Jamaica Rum,
65 J casks Sherry and Port Wine, all
8 J casks pure Malga Wine,
4 Pipes pure Holland Gin,
75 boxes St. Marceaux Champagne,
30 " Cabinet "
65 " Heidsick
125 boxes Claret, very die.
WHIS K Y.
10 bbls rtOId Crow," 1855, warranted su
perior to any ever offered in Nashville.
185 bbls pureRobertsonCounty,old and tine
130 ' Bourbon, all grades,
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
8 " Peach Brandy, pure.
Anlsct, Curacoa, JLhsynthe,
Maruschino, Wampoo Drakes,
Plantation and Bokcrs' Bitters
and London Cltib.
0,000 Genuine Importcl Havana Cigars,
110,000 Baltimore, all pradee;
Together with a general assortment of Staple
and Fancy Groceries.
It. 13. CIIEATMAJI & CO.
novll to janl5
WE TITTLEB AUM ,
OPTICIAN, So. 74 Church Ntreet,
(opposite the Maxwell Home.) Nashville,
Tenn. offers dig services to a gene ocs public,
liy his experience in this line he is enabled to
try the eyesicht and suit spectacles accordingly,
so that the eye is not overcharged, bnt mcrelj
assisted. At his Optical Establishment can also
be found Microscopes. Telescopes, Thermome
ters. Moenifiers. Mathematical Instruments.
Picture Frames, Opera and Field Olaasce, etc,
etc Remember that when you want jour eye
sight improved you must call at m. Title
baum's office. No. 74 Church street, opposite
Maxwell House, Nashville, Tennessee. The
tost Glasses, or pure Pebbles, set into old frames.
Dwelling ami sLot for Sale.
M. B. Howell, Adm'r, etc., vs. Mary A.
Shelton et als.
A S DIRECTED BY A DECREE OP THE
l. County Court of Davidson county, at itt
.March Term. ISoti. in the above cause, I will offer
at Public Sale, at the south cad of the Court
House, in iheoity of Nashville, on SATURDAY,
tho 9th day of December, lSod. the Lot of
Ground on Bread street. West Nashville, belong
ing to the estate of M. L. Shelton, deceased,
fronting il feet on Brood street, and Tanning
back ISO feet, on which is a desirable and wtlL
built tno story Brick Du elllnir, contain
ing tight rooms, good cellars, cistern, and every
convenience. Sale to take place at 12 o'clock,
and purchasers will please oxamiae the premises
before day of sale .
TERMS One-third cash, balance on credit of
six. twelro ami eighteen deaths, with interest.
Hen. etc P. U NICH0L. Clerk.
dee34 A. NELSON a CO, aaats
Office of the Traveling Agency
St. Louis .Mutual Life Tnsanuice Co.,
Id th State of KeetucX. o3 TraBMi
Carnrr of VIne"Tiul" Church. Strtcts,
At a W.oittU"s Drojpiire, Kaih't Me, Teau.
Boi2-tr J9I1N D. KLINE, Ageut.
G. IT. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE, Ns, 50J,; Cherrv streetmrtliolr
DeadSTht street. - tept 7
MT & GO.,
No. lO Union Street,
JJAVE ON HAND A VKR STOCK OF
NEW DM Y GOODS,
TBOOHNGS, ETC. '
Q?,XiEYEBETT AND JOlfN -W-
MURRAY, who are cnrrvln? ab llm 1iitB7ni
of the above firm, would respectfully call the
aucnuon oi weir jnenti ana or toe public rene
rjllr to thu tn"lr nf XEIV norm?
jir. averctt ana Jir. Hurray are, and always
uai v uccti, loiuviHs ut aiimiitiiio oriu viciniry.
and consequently ore identified in interest with
the people whoe patronage they solicit. ' '
ineir nonsc is ttio same oocnnfcl hv T Tt
Everett nnd 11. R. Uuchanan for tho period of
louneen years previous to tne war. iney return
to the business again, hopinnrto share the patron
are, of ax-enerons nublte. Tn thrir nM'frlrniti
and numerous customers they would say, "Come
and Fee us," btllevins that the satisfaction here-
toiore Biven win ic a sumclcnt guarantee tor tho
Is. II. LAHIER,
. (Late of Lanier. Phillips A" Co..)
Wholesale Grocer and Commission
SO. 39 NOITII 9IARKET STREET,
T HAVE JTTST RETURNED FROM NEW
X York and Baltimore, where I purchased a
new stock of Groceries, and am now opening at
my old stand, No. 39 South Market street, where
I will be pleased to see my friends and the pub
lie eenerallv. I shall endeavor to sell Groceries
at such prices that merchants will find it to their
interest to bay in Nashvillo instead of going
larther. Any business entrusted to me will meet
with prompt attention.
The fallowing articles comprise a part of my
stoctc tn store ana receiving:
Choice P. R. Surar. extra Dcmerara Suear.
Fair to Oood Dcmerara Sscar. Crushed and
Powdered Sugar, Cut Loaf Sugar, Ground and
Uranuiatea bagar, A. a ana v uouee sarar,
Stuart's bxtra byrnp, Uaoice iuo UoHee, ia
guyra Coffee. Old Qovernment Java Coffee,
cbotce nice, waeeting Aatis, iiee tuve yrup.
Clear Sides, Cheese, Pepper, Race Ginger, Spice,
Firs Crackers, Star Candles, Soap, Concentrated
Lye, Indigo, Madder, Durkee's Yeast Powder,
Ground Mustard. Penner. Spice, etc.: and a
general stock of Liquors ; Copper and Lead-
all of wbicn will be sola low to the trade.
nov25-3m L.H. LANIER.
JOHN D. JAMES,
(Late of the firm of Payne, James A Co.,)
NO. SOUTH MARKET STREET,
ATOW BECEIVINC A LARGE LOT OF GRO
4-V certes, consisting of Flour, Bacon, Sugar,
Special attention glreu to tho sale aad shipment of
Uotton ana otaer rroaura. ocua-u
LeMOINE & WILLIAMSON,
Office No. 11 N. Cherry St, near Cliurcli,
P. O. BOX B75.. NASHVILLE
TJLAN8, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES
JL promptly executed. A variety of Drawings for
Cottages, Villas, Hot Houses, Gardens, Parks, etc.,
to suit all localities and tastes can be seen at this
John'Ktrkman. Goo. 9. Klnnsv. R. II. ThomDssn
V. T. Berry, A. J. Duncan, Robert Thompson, and
Jilaj. w. u. l,o wis. anxK'-iv
S. Ii. DROWN, GEO. F. BROWN.
i LatoCnpt A-A.Q. Late Chief Clerk Q. M,
S. B. BROW & SON
AGENTS FOR TIIE
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS
No. 115 hnrcb Street,
P. O. E0X S3'.
J sions. Transportation, (rail and river.) Ouor-
, . , r Oi t.,.!...i: .
lermasiev anu vuuiuii!ttr luiua, ihuuuiuk
HORSES AND MUE8
Jakon from Tennesscans and Kentuckians, and
used by the United States troops. Lossof Horses
ana rsquipmenis oi
Officers and Soldiers in TJ. S. Service.
Three mouths Pav nroner due discharged oSi
cers in certain cases, and all similar claims,
inm?f tw nlltfnHfwl tn.
Fincnnt nets of Congress havo increased the
Bounties and Pensions due soldiers or their legal
heirs, in certain cases, and placed colored sol
diera and tbeir ceirs on me same loonns
Correspondents desired in nil portions of tho
COUuiry. uusinees ecui us uiau niu incite
as prompt attention as it banned us in person,
Oar charges will bo reasonable.
RKFtRxJi'CES MoJ. Oen. Geo. II. Thomas, u,
C A . Il.. Wm fl nrAffnlnv . linn A .1
Vletc'liflr. Seeretarv of State ofTenhessee: Vf'itur.
Tobey A Co., Bankers: and First National Bank
of Nashville; and officers generally of tho late
volunteer army. nova-jm
FRENCH BUER MILL
-L t nunrnr t-'c UTTT TLf A 1TTTM1?IV
Tfl XjU Hi '" ijur.cif m axjij iuaiuuuit
111, of all defcriptionsiStcamlEnginefi. Saw and
Grist Milla. ob.BtSgL
fl:. Tt- r-l- .ln.. UAnr1T.nr1 m stria
to order. AH worksold by roe warrantod. I also
. . m . L - J f . W n f f 1 1 1
coniraci ior inu erccuun oi iiuunui iuhu.
Corner of Collcgo and Broad Streets,
ENLISTED IN THE U. S. ARMY
fu TeuiicBaoe aro EnftUcd lo
Each, for all Slaves Mustered Into the
A BOARD HAS BEEN RECENTLY AP-
rv potntea ny me oecreuuy ui n io
ins and report to Washington upon claims of
this character. The President ef this Board, is
in Nashville, and has fitted up an office The
other members of the Board ore expected this
week and the business will 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 tiro months in preparing and
prosecuting these claims before tho Missouri and
Kentucky Commissioners, and is familiar with
all the rules and decisions there made, as well as
the most recent rulings of tho Secretary War on
We, therefore, offer our services to Attorneys,
Agents, and Claimants, throughout the State,
believing we enjoy unusual facilities for serving
them. These claims will be examined first by
the Board, but final action can only be taken by
the proper Department at Washington.
Our purpose is to attend personally before the
Board in Tennessee, the better to enablo us to
serve clients at Washington.
We desire one nr more correspondents in eaeli
county, with whom we will divide fees. And
wo will furnish to them all needed blanks and
printed instructions, and keep them fully in
formed from Umo to time if the action of the
We furnish individual claimants, blanks and
full instructions to enable them to prepare their
Our Washington House has already a. large'
correspondence in toe oiaie, out io saiisiy (nose
who may not know us with regard to our in-
iegrity and buiiness capaeity.wegiveafewof our
.ouisville and Nashville references, who are all
widely known in both Kentucky and Tennessee.
' CllIPMAN. 110SMER COT
No. 2 Colonnade BallditiEE,
Louisville References. J H. Lindenberger,
Cashier Merchants' Bank of Kentucky: Geo. A.
Ltwis, President First Nashville Bank: Col. L.
T. Thustin. Sectetary Southern Mutual Life In
surance Company; Jo. T. Tompkins. bolesale
Merchant; Newcomb. Buchanan A Co.. Whole
sale Merchants; R- G. Dun A CpT Proprietors
MercanOle Agency; Gea- Richard W Johnson.
Nashville References. Thomas li. -Sanydi.
Cashier Traders Bank of Tennessee: A. G. San
ford. President First National Bank; J. C. Mo
Crory. Cashier First National Bask; Adams, Gib
son Jt Co., Wholesale Merchants; lion. If. H.
Harrison. United States DUtriet Attorney: S.
Watson. President Bank f Tennessee; JVjw.
Tobey i Co, Bankers Col. E. P. Ferry, t nited
States Tat Commissioner: . E. Alloway, Eeq.
HENRY J. UEy
SPECIFICATIONS ANP'WORKINO BRa'w
LNQ3. made with or without suptratendance
Office, at the Maxwell House.
sirstiCKa. Jeax OviBttir, J- MJS3t
W-D. Fovrox. h E Il.tisr.
BEMOVILLE & , CO.
Wholesale and Retail
RE U G G I ST S,
Corner Ohuroh and Cherry Sts..
v XASITTJIXE'IIENN., .
i '. "Tt b uv't "
OHBMlfM LS,' ' : ' "
PAINTS, blLS, V-. "
,", .... RNlSlLFA.tPKKCY,.
DYIBTTJFFS. Eft. Efr Etc.
-Si -i-.:i 1 ' t i '
WE AltE NOW IN RECEIPT QFiALARGE
and rarftd stook of FANCY 0U00S of
iioiai, iKii!ii aouwmencanmannuiciurocon-
Lubin's Extracts Fine Soap?,
Hair. Tooth, and Nail Brushes
Combs, Toilet Powder,
Pomades of almost evcrr'varlely.
Also, a larro stock of Toilet Sets; comprising
twenty-five different patterns, the finest assort
ment ever brought to the city.
We havo a full stock of Lard OIL Linseed Oil.
Coa? Oil. White Lead and Zincs. Turpentine, and
Window Glass, (all sites.) Colors in Oil : which
we ore ofierinr on the most reasonable terms:
.Brandies, wines. Whiskies, of he purest Qual
ity for medicinal purposes.
A full stock or Cifan and Tobacco, of the Lett
Coopers' Sheet and Shred Isinglass, Coxe's Qela
tine Flavoring: Extracts. Spices of all kinds: to
which the attention of housekeepers is at this
time particularly invited.T
ED. WILDER & CO,
TOBACCOS i AND CIGARS,
3P t Df P Tsa coa cs r
"ITTK HATE KESIOVTID TO OCR XY.VT
And Spacious Warehouse, MarbloTront,
Xorlli Side of Main street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL.
OXE DOOR BELOW THC COENSB OF SIXTH,
Where we have opened an entirely new stock of
uoodi, ana will otter to ttio trade, together with
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment of
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco,
Comprising the most complete assortment in
one house in this country. All of whieb we
shall offer at manufacturers', and loss than manu
fiieturcrs' prices. marol dly
13. S. Hi MILTON-. Jakes R. Green-,
Late James R. Qreen Co,
B. S. HAMILTON & GEEEN,
NO. 25 CHURCH STREET,
AKE NOW RECEIVING, IN ADDITION
to their present stock, persteamer Havana,
75 bass Coffee, all grauesr
75 hogsheads Sugar:
rn 1 nr uu...
20 barrels Crushed ana Powdered Susar;
ui Dtrreia aranatatea sugar;
300 barrels choice Flour;
SO K barrels 'ou 1. 2 and 3 Mackerel :
MO kits do. do. do::
5 drums Codfish;
SO boxes Ilervinxs;
20 cases Indigo and Madder; ,
10 bos Pepper and Spiel ;
100 boxes Tobacco;
100 dozen Rackets and Washboank ;
76 boxes Cheose;
50 nests Tubs:
50 kegs English Soda ;
US boxes English Soda; .
200 boxes Star and Tallow Candles ;
100 boxes Soap;
20 kegs Syrup, very ehoioo; 1
100 reams Paper
SO boxes and half boxes Raisins. ,
FIRE CKACKEKs ASD TORPEDOES
100 boxes Fire Crackers ;
10 boxes Torpedoes.
Ennff, Oysters, Sardincs,'!Canned Fruits. Brandy
Peaches, Pine Apples, Aintmcgs, Cloves, Ginger,
Flasks, Jars, Brooms, Pepper Sauce, Tomato
Catsup, Jellies, etc., etc.
We also Invite attention to cor largo stock of
Robertson nutt Bourbon Whiskies,
Old Port, Sherry and Madeira, Wiiics, Cham
same. Brandies. Rum, Gin, and the celebrated
Wo are constantly replenishing our stook, and
aro determined to sell as lor as any. house in the
city ft CASH.
It. fi. ITA3X1X.TOX & GREEK.
WH0LT2SALE AND RETAIL
FAITUY GROCERY 3X0RR,
.Vo. IX r'irtti :iirirrr Street,
KASillVII.I.K - - TK.V.VKSSHK.
PANDOIiFINI ' & RITA,
KEEP CONSTANTLY OK BAND A LAROt
and complete ajaortmeut of Torjthln Ii
tfielrllna of tho
VERY liE&T QOAI.1TY.
Importers of Fl e and Gonuin
- . j ' .French
, W1KKS AN il.lUlfOltS,
I 'vi . Olif.ns. SUx. on hand, the best
CHfcWlNO TOIUCCO. Ull-ly
A r A H 1) .
n AVISO SOLD TO MBS3R3. ORR BROS. OOR
H ateefc of Oroceries, Iihjuers, etc., w take plea.'
sure la rrcommsoaKig inm u our mnai ana cus
tomers as erery way worthy of their coofldrnce and
patronage. STRATTON, OUENEY A ROY.
oct 14 lm
COJIWI 31 KH CHANTS,
AgeaU fer the sale of LACCEL HILL SHEJVT
INOS, Hfe MUW and Rkhlaud JlaaaSuturlag
Coespany's COTTON TARXS, t-tc ,
S. E. Corner Market and Broad Sis.,
Hare re-iiwwd io the aWre tpacious WarebouM
when they ltaTeentargrd <ls fer tb sterag
and sal et Cotton and Froduea MraIiy, and hT
ng, Id addition to reoet heavy parcbaacs tn Eastern
markets, bought tb extendi stock of lira rs.
Stratum, Cheney A RoyOo meat favorable tanna,
thy are prepand to or U tha trad snusoai ls
STAPLE A5D FAN0Y GROCERIES,
Foreign and Dom-stle Wlnet nrt
Llqaois, Ctc, Etc.
Close buyers wftl Cod It to tbeir Interest to call.
Orders accompanied with ths cash wlU meet prompt
attrntlon. OKI! OHO I'llKHS
E cotmx Broad and Market streets, NaahTHk.
octl4-a , . . ,
ASSIGBTBE'S : SAXE.
I WILL, FROM AND 'AKSRTHIS DATE;
offer the entire stoek of. -r ;
Dry Goods, Hats . nnd Caps,
etc etc. eoaUiaed is tb Stre House. Jfp. 3
PablleSquare. at reduced Tales. '
Th attention of country and city buyers is
especially called, m the jMck ma at be etoaed
out at an early day TERMS CAPH
ABiignee of 3. Weil.
Nashville. Tennr Vec.ii. 1W . dee!9 let
For Kent for 1867. ,
rLTJABLFORE TiQrSP N03. 6AXD
Y T JJriadjrtreet, will be rented to a csod tea
isr,aaa;taruat in Mtvu.
.Helens. Amur w .
SteSS. CoBege street.
Middle Tennessee Land
FOR S.MMB, '
Within Scion Slilr nf Xrhvlll.
'PHE CNDHBSIGNKD 0PFBR3 FOR SALE
JL 1,000 Aeres of the Tract af Land on which
he resides. It is susee)tibIe-of rBvenient diTt
fion. is exceedingly neb, and it f)jirciRlIjr
ndAiitctl to (Imwes. Oae-half of tho tract"
is .now in luxuriant grass, the balanee io timber,
which, by tho aid of the J,orthwestem Rstlrosd,
which Dassecthroufh IL mnll h anM Kh-
ville fer more than the wholo land would cost.
If you desire ono of the trait Stoek Farms !
ever offered for sle in Davidson eounty. apply 1
at once. I am determined to sen.
I offer, al,o. a large number of Thoroncb
bret htoclt several fine Stallions from, four
to six years old, a few Maros. and a number of
one and two year old Colts some of them in
Sne condition to bo trained tho next season.
If the Stallions are not sold soon, they will ba
farmed on favorable terms.
I also offer fer rale n pair of Tiiarousli
bretl Gclilinfi, well matched ami broke tq
Harness. XV. . IIARDINQ.
The Loutevillo Courier, Augusta Constitution
alist, Mobile Advertiser and Register, conv to
tne amount of $80 and forward bills ts this OEt:
150 TOWN LOTS.-
fl'HB TULLAHOMA TOWN COMPANY
On flie Slat Day or December,
Offer at public sale, and continue from day to
day until all are sold, all these beautiful Lob
heretofore reserved and unsold, and which ore
piigibly.situated for family residences, and many
convenient far business houses.
To those who desire a summer residence, or a
delightful dwelliaeplace, this sale presents great
attractions. Tho locality of Tullahoma, with a
population of from 800 to 1.000 inhabitants, on
the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, at tha
terminus of the McMinaville and Manchester
Railroad, in Coffee county, and on the table lard
of the Mountain District of Tennessee, is of un
surpassed salubrity and pleasantness. All tho
comforts and appliances of high civilisation, of
an orderly, well regulated, moral and religious
community, and good schools: tha purest of
water, chalybeate and sulphur, in the town site
THE TERMS OF SALE
Are a credit of six or twelvemonths, except the
sum of ten per cent, to be paid down on day of
salo. Bend and security required, and a lien on
the lots retained. Maps of tho town and of the
lots for sale to be seen on application to me at
my bouse in Tullahoma.
WIT. MOORE, Agent,
decll-td Tullahoma, Tone.
BaXPTOX J. CBKStX
BKXJ. r. ROV.
STRATTON, CHENEY & ROY.
COTTON AND TOBACCO
Wo. 11 Broad St. IVnsiiTille,
HAVING SOLD OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Groceries to Messrs Obb 4 Bbo's. ws will in
futuro purchase and sell
GQTTQH AND TOBACCO
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
ENTIRELY ON COMMISSION.
Planters may rely upon our best efforts to obtain
tho HIGHEST JIAUKET BATES for
their Produec. And should our friends favor us
wiOt orders for Groceries, they may rest assured
of havinz goods purchased at the LOWEST
Having one of the largest warehouses in the
city, our facilities for tho STORAGE OF
COTTOX AX1 TOnACCO is unsurpassed by
any house in tho South. We have and will keep
on hand a large supply of BAGGING AND
ROPE, and several kinds of IBON TIES,
whishwo offer on most reasonable terms.
We will makefile matter orReccivlus:
and Forwarding Good n Specialty
In oar business, and all Goods consigned t
usforRo Shipment will be sent, upon an i va
st the Wharf orDepot, promptly forward at th
least expense to the owner.
liberal Advances made on Con.
Nashville and Chattanooga
RAIL W A. Y
Office op Gkxekil Sufekivxxxdzrt.
N, 3t C. asp N. A N. W. Railway,
Nashville. Tenn.. Nov. 28, lS6d.
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, XOV. 27,
1800, and until farther notice. Passenger
trains will ran as tottows :
XushTllle nnd Cbnttnuooira line.
T V-111 - rim Di.M.nAAM nl all
TM)intaSoutb,at5:30A.X. aod8:30p.y. Arriroat
Cbattanooffiv at 2:00 r. u. and 6:00 a. m. n3it
V. and 2:40 a. v. Arrive at Na turtle at 4.-00
A. u. and 11:30 1. if. next oar. , Mt
All uiuua iaiuuuv -
Sheibtvilik AccoaaQBATio.t Leave War-
trace at r. x. ana au a. h. Amio aisaei
a, 1QA f V .nrl 0.1A , v T.MVII Knl
boville 70 a.m. and HK'?. Jt. Arrive at War-
trace at 8.-05 a. v. and ll: r. x.
FARE TO NEW ORLSAS .
- 31 10
. 1C OO
. 7 33
Close oonnectless made at Stevenson and Chat
tanooga for all cities Hast and South.
Sieeping ears on all Night Passenger trains.
NaaliTlUo and Northwestern Una.
Expbess Passmocr Leaves Noshvills for
JohnsonviUe, and all poinu v est ana orxnwesi,
at 6.00 a.m. Returning, arrives at Nashvillo at
10.00 a. u.
Acooioiopatiok. Leavea Nashville at A00 p,
y ., and arrives in Nashville at tSX r. n.
To take effect on and after Thursday, Noven-
Trains on the N. k N. W. R. R. connect at
Jobnzoavllle, with the Cairo and Johnsonvilie
Packets without tall. ,
49-Berths and MeAlsFREE on Steamers eon
nsiinr with N. mid N W. Railruad.
3- Passengers by this route save expense of
bleeping (Jar uxl Aleau Detween nasaviue anu
49 Trains stop at all intermediate points.
Procure tickets at II a Joekson's opposite Et
Chiud lletd. or at the CbattaoiKiga Depot.
V. I. ISMX. Gm l gunt.
N. A C. and li. W. R. R -
J. W. BROWN, GenT Paas Ageat.
AKER0YD & DOBSON,
n, w. oor. enrnen asp mou sm,
NasliTlllc, - Tennessee
PUANfl. ELEVATIONS, BTION3frBLL.
tiuA DeU8 Drawiags aad SpeeisWatlons, com
n.te aaerittre. (with r wRhwit irafsrfatBileacJ
for erery claw of Beetiaitkal, CI Til and Deae8e
ug. Abo, iflgot i
Monuments, Stained Glass, ana Polo-
H. M. AKEROTT.
W. K. IMJB80H
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
Private Disease, and
49- PAT1E.VTS TltEATED AT TIIEin
II OMEN. CCItES OIJAItNTEED. tZ
AH 1 ft! era gfettld be direeted to DB. HeGlXE,
Bor 719 NashriHe. Ten.
OSes rr ?io. 32 lieion stroot, betweaa Col
lege and Cherry streets:
BY DECKS BIS CHAXCERT. IX THE CASF
JbcTw. Widkar ts. the 3kerlffoffaTW(n
eostr and ntirert. I am direeted tfl Tft ftr Ihe
TheS?rl 1 u M Ctnesii t pwljl k
Messrs. Uumalaa A Oreen. Asm! a Story iteota
Els wtsfstitV B.B.
lain ean(i:F ire
Under tha new; charter, know open 8r bw -AT
NO. 3t NORTn C0CliH3R 'stM
Nextdswr'to .-srsr'f Union rtrr'.
JOHKI'JI wj ALLJUr,cJ.retiltiiu
A. W. nrmiElt, ScVretnry.
i -r i
John M. IIIll. Wataan MOal.
JJaniel F. Carter, 'John BjJahbMn.
Ruauel aaleer. John V . TorrM.
K. B. Cheatham. A, (J. AiLuas.
Joseph C. Eye,
I N S TT RAN'ANOE
GENERAL C0LLE0TISG AGENT,
Office, Martin Jt Pickard. East Side PnhUe
square, woiurabia, xennesses.
S PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES ON
Cotton and Shin to tha most ralinbln Cnnnii.
tion Houses in New York. Cincinnati. New Or
leans, and Nashville. Orders for COTTON or
other Produce will reeeiva prompt attention.
Collections made, andproceeds remitted
promptly JiOSKPJI C. RYE.
Important to Travelers and ShJppers
LOIIISVILT.X: AND TIIE EAST
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Is now in fall and successful oporttion
From, Cincinnati to Kms York Bottm, &c,
And is tho only direct route to the
OH Regions of Pennsylvania.
Connections are made with
Jefferson ville and Ohio and Mississippi Kaibraad.
via Seymour, Jefferson ville and Indianapolis and
Col. Rrailroad, viaUrbana; Louisville and Lex
ington and Kentucky Central Railroad, via Cin
cinnati: U. S. Mail Line Steamers via Cioelnnatl.
Two Tbronsrli Trnlnai Dnlly.
Paaengers by the Broad Qango Railway secure
wide and comfortable cars, quick time, and sure
Throurh Tickets and Baggajta Checks can be
procured at all tha principal Railroad and Steam
boat officers in Louisville and the South.
D. McLAREN, Genl Sup't.
E. F. FULLER, Oenl Tiekot Agent.
I. D. Colt, Passenger Agent, No. 25 Fourth street
Wu.Cou.ibu, Freight Ag'nt, Louisville. Ky.
JAS.V. PACE, W. D. LAVKIDEE, W.B.UA R-
of Virginia. of TonneMco. of Alatr
Pace, Lavender & Harper.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
General Commission Merchants,
lio. 00 Cfulou Street,
SEW OULE.1XS, l.A
K .W. LW19. D. )T. OOHWSORE.
u. d, ww,
Lewis, Comingore & West,
SO 31 PERDIDO STREET,
And No. a West Third street,
W. A. P EE B L E- S
TTAS THE HONOR TO IN.
XL FORM his old friends and
former patrons, that his services
are at their command, at the office'
of the United Ntntei Surveyor of Cn
loins, corner of Droad and Front fits.
(Eort Sc PctsLM' old offloe. Nashville. Tenn.
J. LtTMSDEN & CO.,
XAMUMCTCBBaS A!tD DIALtSS IX
HIDES, OILS, LEATHER,
Findings, Curriers' Tools,
Ifo. 9 ISOUTH MARKET STRBKT. So.
out Europe: approved by the Imperial
School of Mvyliein. Paris; endorsed by the promi
nent members of the American Medical Assoola
tion. at their convention, held In Baltimore, May
CONTAINS NO SPIRITS OF ANY KIND,
NOT INTOXICATING IN THE LEAST.
It Is prepared in Paris from pure Sheskt. aad
admits in its eomposition only Xosic, Abokatm
and FlBSiruoB tabstancerf.
Ladies will find it 0 deJWoni nbstftat Sr the
various tonics which hare an aleholie body.
Is a rare Wine of most deiichtful flavor. It U the
PURE JUICE OF A MOST DELICIOUS
ORAPE. It sarraMes ezeeUeuee r tatUe
wine in tho country. Used in Europe fur sacra
mental purpoees. Chareh people are invited to
"hesVlnen ar sW by all druggists.
00 P" Wi PENDLETON,
aepll Agents. NashvlHe
OF ALL KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames,
Cotton,Hay and Eag Presses,
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
125 Walnut street,
rrrflB UNDBRSIGNZD HAVR IN FULL
l operation ineir saep ior juaaoiaetariBz umm.
Doors. Bhsds. inside and eat. btk statiaaary
Washboards and Caseinf. .Dear aad Wladaw j
Fraaef.orBaaental and ptoia : Maatle Pleew. ,
,ir . i. ...i ...li. .ml Kln.&7. drMaad ru.1 r far
VT .,r...lr.K..m mnl.Mt mm- ,
neeted wRh tmlWiog. We are e. preaarjd te .
eontrort far BuiMiogs eatire. or In part. We bare
nenaiBT7 .... ,a ,
MxeMaary. nd hope by paartaaMly atl Jisawtab, ;
t mrit and receive tk-o eastoea M a geaereM
Orders from any jsetUw of the Saatbara eow-
wni D MMwaiir mini.
Uor Coap M hi imneaiai' niamnn wnn m
Laeemetlve Sfceps af the MaahfiMe aad
SOOnEBR MUSIC HOUSE
Jas. A. McOlure,
3.t Union Jreet,
An.1 WU4eAl mm! Xfe4( Dealer fa
F I A X OS, ORG A XS A XI
UM WttHJ 1 mil ir
J. R. Bmssmhs. SgeMfsUr A
SesiandC ad A-.
A- O. Tte4r witt
Uh nkM sMe-j at ,rW saaM,aW7eTi
Twk. ham Ssp k. (M. OaoiMrt. Needfcaaa A
m Bee. A. Psteeecsetfad OrgMs, sd
MeW.WatEAaofy I'riees.rrHh Ml wr
Mine beicc Hm) oWt aad lartest Musi Hew
ia the eouDtry. refcajers era always ted iIm
largeat s4k ta siet tfm.
Orders Slteii with pmsBptBe!, aad sattsftstion
at scjr housa, at re netUble ritei.
FARNSWOETE & OUABK,
Corner Cherry and, If u Ion Sin.
Hartford insurance Co.,
Arctic Insurance Company
r .VW TMt,
CasK AAsetaM..... ...... 00
iVortu American Inurance Co.
or str rK,
Cash AsaeU ..$Tlj8 67
Colainbin Insurance Co:
Cosh Capital $100,600 00
Continental Insurance Co.
or mnr re-sr J
Cash Assets. ?l,08,9l 60
Sccnrlty InHuranoe Company
ar !wr mc,
CosIiAsaeta S1,8,S4 68
NortlurcBtera Ufc Insurance
Cash Assetov. .....$1,110,600 00
fOSSHS PROMPTLY ADJWBTBD AND
.1-1 paid at this oSee. Maria aad ftra Rlaka af
all ehuees accepted at rates siadaated t la aai
We offer a medium of safe aad araWaWe in
deaiaity teeead ta aa.
3 m to policies at LO WEST RATB6 with ao
rostritftierM as ta travel ar laMtade.
Jeflerson, St., Worth JVnsu rillc,
ARE PREPARED TO TAKE COKTRACTS
for uH work hi their Mh at I be Ms wing
named prices :
For rubbed or drove SHbar St, per su-
perfiaial foat 81 25
For bass hammered irark, ! -1 OO
For Flagging, do -- TB
For Curblag per rarmiac feat 1 OO
HUGH McOREA & GO.,
A. MAMHsTOW & CO;,
Cotton and Tobacco Faotors,
PORWARDIKO AXD C0M1IIS6IN
Murk el Street, - - - NasliTllIc.
TfE UDSRjSaOXBD 1IAVIXO TAKE'
the a&evo Wareaawee, wBt puraeaie aad
sell Oettao. Tebaeca, Baaaa. Laid, or any other
Predate, oo CemraissiaB. Ptaaten farsriag as
with their business may rnJjr aa galtias. the high
est market price SBr their Produce. Our obsrgss
will be iu tew as aay haase In the city. Sbeuid
our old friervda fiivar a with oidesa Mr tiraearie.
pers may rely on havioc their goods rWiranled
pr mptlr by the firsi tnua ar boat after their ar
rival. OuraSeais Market rtreat. whsrs the
old beaks of Haas MeCM Sc 0aaaa be feuad
by th(e interested.
HsiAng for a share of paMk aasraaaga, ws sab
teribf oursolres. 4aw
lanlS HUGH MoCREA k GO.
Wo respeatfojiy iatradaea to ear oU fcisndi
oar faeeessers In Dadaast, ilww MoOksa & Co.
who continue tha Commiastea has In ess at ear
stand, No. 23 South Market Straet.
Our otra office ii No- 21 CaHega Street, whsta
wo hope all parties who are iadehted to as ltM at
oaee sail aad par their aataaaai aaw daw aad all
parties who hare aay etotaaf against as wK pr
seat theea tbrpayraeat, as vtwaii te atesa as oar
basw ess at an early day. .
aaW-ly A. HAMILTON i 60.
FOR 'OHILLS AND EEVEBI
TJc tlto Bot!
IIURLET'S AGUE TONIC
Never Pad Alwaw ta ba Dapeaid! Opn
KotMat tsars reftaWa narfay J Taale.
WILL euro A ru e aad Fevar. CWits ud fiver, ki
tarsBittest Fever. Daaaa-Ague. Bvery person
tarsaa af k. A a euratire i
I icls Bassrpaasad
Xa bad resafta
and more rtais tnaa tainiu
11 m, Mt-s .
Ilnrlrr'a Htoraaeb Bltien.
Far DeMMty, L T Appetite. WeakaaM, laor-
aasttaB ar liyspepsia. wafti oi twin (Hi tea unor.
Dssatalerad SlMweh. than ara aa Mtir that
aaaaare wtti Aasa ia raiaavlM taeMdtteaMta
aaaylajH. rVaiearea aa bad at aar Drag
Stare in Aa UaKmd State, ar fcaea Ja ttraaft
tan. Laaisvilla. Ky.. eorner auaasa. aad Qe
streets, to whota all urdarasaaaM aa jJJruJJc.l.
Jlnrlaj'a ftarta pari 11a.
Tha At Btead Puriaar, m aSfxiag aadSaaa
awr SfafblM ataaaa unriTalM. reesfres astfai
rurtttr iran tha aied.aat aiTes heal aad
Tfcgr. RCDBsffi CO..
Hurley'a Popular "Worm Coadjr
AstMi U realty a Speeifa tot Waraw. aad ihs
aad ra.t paU e feres to gMf
it is Mtwofimr f at it to fcrt tc',
ef a etaar areparatiaaf tor aaraas stMteg taste
leu. oar ahftd wilt ukail
Orlrntal Perl Drop.
ted ef a lady.
Ink! Ink I lakl
Seatea's Chial -Wristec FHH ite beeamtag
L...uJual oMtir akasl aiTHtf. it baa ba
HH-rwsw lr its rerir hwhw C 'y
jfc, JPX asaTaTtacae waa waot a
in. fr tfowiaa; ink. and fee lU Ntats); Jtfc
i. n bos ae
4ttMir a bast iek for reear &at m be
tael. iW eaaaliac aaase. aaaka ar.sabaaltvH
ii aaeaajlwi. aad aawis oely ta be trledja bapr
prevad. lr sate by Draaxiett aad jCaraHatt
"ORLEY, RUDDLI ,
rer saie ml oeajti
hasten Steed GMgaer,
k 00- Piapfiors,
aa aajl STten aHeeU,
. a'laM aSd; fiV a'