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WEDNESDAY MORNING, OBT 1RR2. f Th I avrrgna f'lxht. V are Indebted to Mr. B. C. TnrM ax, war cdrreapoiitktil of Fobkkv'b IVus, for the grnpblc account of (he filit at La frgne, ia ta-daj'a luiuf. Mr. Tiu'man bai been with our army tvrr ince iU entrant into (hi Stale, and it peiuliar Ij mirc' Sfful in ' ((rrjliing military mutters. llr-rln led. At the meeting of (lie City Council, on y cfiterday, our iKirmlar and rxofllcnt layor, Joiih llcu.ii Smith waauiiaiaitiiw. ly rf -elenlfd for annOirr.lfTm. The I.ssuiUNcB Oilier of W. J. MAnn, College street, jnal below Unum, ia tho lace to obtain tb IW price for Green backs, Tennessee money, Gold, Silrer, and Southern Currency. Oct. 8, tf. , Klrbf SinUtU'n llelrvat. Travolera from Louisvillo confirm the news of Kutnv Smith's route by General Morqax. The tKiog keep brightening 1 A merchant at Independence I i 11 fourteen miles from Murfreesboro', was robbed recently of $1,410 worth of goods and $1,000 in money by tho guerrillas. Uis store wa& completely stripped. And these arn the Soldiers who protect our rights! The rebel leaders who have Wit tel ling tho peoplo that the North was ut terly bankrupt, and prostrate, a few days "at ly their Committee of Ways and Means hi Congress brought in a bill to tax every citizens in the Soulhrrn Con federacy, one-fifth . of aW his income ! If the rebellion lasts few months longer we may expect to see thorn pass a law seizing all tho property in the Confed eracy for war purpose anil compelling the owners to take pay in Confederate bond. .. There is an internal war in the bowels of our land and an iuleitioal war in the empty bowels of the Southern Confed eracy. - - If the llebels continue to lost: all their towns and cities, and exhaust their pro visions, they won't have anything to evacuate, at all. DltAMATlC AND MfMOAL F.NTKKTA IN vent Prof. if. A. riNiiUKLT will have a Benefit this afternoon,, at the Theatre. The programme is varied consisting of the lrama, Music aud Darning. The performance will Le;:lii at o o'clock, As Mr. Fisci ri r has been loii; a resi deut of Nashville, and has made many warm ft lends, we expect to see the house crowded. We believe it is the first time be has ever appeared iu'ihe character of a bcncflciuy, and we hope his first effort will be abundantly mtiirmful. .Mil. CiiAKtKA II. Unas-, ai'ent for tbe collection o"f claim against the miV triunent will h ave for Washington City, I'. C, In a day or two, any persons hav ing Government claims can have them Hpeedily collected by placing limn in bis hands, as he will take them direct to Washington, and will make returns in two or three weeks. All claims placed iu his Lands will receive his prompt per soual atleutioa. Persons winding to h&vs their claims collected, must band them in at ouce to him at his ollice, No. 3rt Cherry street, up stairs. Sept. 7-1't Aiii'lict CHori'iti "Victory o??r Rebel!! General Anderson"! Camp at La vergne Broken up and Routed! Rebel Loss Thirty Killed and Eigh ty Wounded. Three Hundred Trisoneri Taken! The Enemy's Entire Camp .Equip age, Stores, Armi and Amm tuntion Cautured and Brought to this City. Our arnit at thU pint have been crowned with another brilliant success over the fes of our pf ace and happiness. 'Hie rebel camp, under (Jen. AmiiFRmoH at Lavergnr--, fifteen miles from this place, of which so much has been said fcr the laM week, nnd which the secessionists firmly believed would in a few days drive the army from this city, has been utterly scattered and annihilated by our indus trious, fearless and resolute; officers and Soldiery whose skill snd valor are worthy of the loftiest praise. For days past we could hear of nothing but Kavergne, Lavcrgne Lavergne and AsnntioM and fifty pieces of cannon, nnd too thousand retieln, with any jiumbc of reinforcements from divers places. It tvs the current talk of the rebels. Gen- ral Nf.ui.ey, finally concluded that this .rare-crow bad been flourished be foro us jititc long; enough, and determined to ive it a iuielus, similar to that ad ninistcrrd to Col. Hevnett's camp near loodlettsville. Officers and privates like were eager for the conflict, and ever did troops more heartily second 'lie plans of their commander. It was 'Solved to place Lavergne and its ac- impaniments among- the things that ere, and due preparations were made. he following were the orderH from leadquartrrc: IlKAnyi'Airmt.s L S. Fonci:,J NAsnvn.i.F, Trn-n., Oct. C, 18G2. f Itneml Pahvr : The troops under your immediate barge, connisting of 1st Ilrgimeift Inl'autry, 2 Sections Artillery, Col. Slokes'i Cavalry, Col. AVynkoop's Cavalry, hotild march sons to arrive tt Laverene it 4 o'clock A. M. Dispose the cavalry in tv ('2) battalions advance and rear iartillcry supported br the Infantrv. 'From this disnosition von ran lisp vnui liudgment in deploying right and left to jsurroitnil the enemy, and give play to your artillery, winch, it opportunity ol icrs, use wiinr nesi. ciicct. The enemy s forces being poorly organized, armed, and drilled, they may easily be startled inWi a suililen panic, nltordinr an opnor tunity and stimulating our cavalry (who are also inexperienced) in making charge. Guard well agaiimt your force being scattered, inviting a gland from the ene my, who may possibly be in greater force tuan expected. When your eye covers the ground .. copied by tho enemy, neck if possible to check uis retreat east nnd west, expect ing to be aided by Colonel Miller on the sou 111. The enemy have camps at Green Hill Murlrecsboro, Nuli-imille, the troops from which may present themselves on your nanus. There is a train runiiuir from Mur freesboro : secure it if pOHsiblo. Should any event prevent your moving to-mor row, intorm me by couriers. Lncarup, however, as near to Nashville as possible. Secure all tho live stock nnd bacon possible, without particular reference to the kind. In returning, guard carefully against an amiiuscadc, or a dash on your train I refer yon to Colonel Miller's instrno lions for a perfect understanding of cacl other s mnmcniems, JAS. S. NLGI.LY, Uriadier-tleneral Commanding. ffrAiMi.'AnTrB.s I. S. FoRcr..- Nashvii.i.r, Tknn., Oct. ti, 1S01. C hnel MilU-r : Sin: Your command, four (4) regi ments of infantry, will inarch promptly at M 1 . iM., to arrive be lore l.aveignp at 4 A. M. Keep to the left of the railroad, march ing with tlioiuoHl perfect secrecy ; on hxea bayonets. Your object is to surprise the enemy encamped near Lavergne, co-operating with forces under General l'almer, via Murlrecsboro road, who should arrive at Lavergne simultaneous with yourself. Bear in mind that the enemy have camps at Note nsvilic, Mm Trccsuoro, and Green Hill, troops from which may dash into your lines. Move cautiously but fearlessly. Strike vvilh determination aud judgment. Upon returning, it will be well to send two regiments so as to strike the Nolens ville pike (10 miles south of Nashville, to cover tho late return of a large foragi train out ou that road. 1'ring all the cattle, hogs aud sheep to be found. J AS. S. NLGLLY, lirigadier-Geueral Comniandii g According to these iu.structiuus the whole command started, rouaistiug of the IMst Illinois, Lieut. Col. Mii.fs; first sec lion of the 1st Kentucky Itattery, Lieut Nn.i ; part of the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Capt. M av; tw o sections of Capt UoTAl.lSii's celebrated Illinois Pattery and Col. Stoki:s' 1st Middle Tennesse Cavalry General Pai.ukr'h force keep ing htraighl out on tho Murfieesbero road, while Muirit's command, strictly in confoimily to orders, took a different direction. Gen. l'.UMUt arrived at La tergne about half-pisl tree,A M., havin)! been frcijuently red upon by guerrillas and pickets din ing the v hole route be tween our vidciles and Lavcrgne. Mn im shared the same fate, Lot as he would naturally go slower than a fori containiiig ravalry, he did not arrive in r ... -f it . ' i . i i . , i iioim iii me vni'iuy uuiii me uaiue nan urgan, ivliicli roiumi Di otl at lireoisoly which commenced at pre daylight. In Iui o the encounter, Oeueial 1'aiMih look piioneinthe men on picket duly at I.avei-.ie, ad ent them to thii In M city, where Ihi-y arrived at rieht Tr-ililil.V Th' cneuiy, under rotcmsnd of Geu. 3. H. A.MT.vty, opened Cr upon Oen. rALMra, and attempted to flank him by throwing the .".2d Alabama on his right. The enemy, although they had hut one gun, opened upon ns, but, unfortunately for them, IIoTAUxa s battery was hot a short distance off, and returned the fire from two sections. The second shot from onr artillery went directly through the enemy's: powder msgS7ioe, which imme- lately blew rip, causing the complete destruction of the whole work and every thing within a rtspectable circumference around it. About this time the Alabama regiment above rul'crred to made hostile demonstrations upon TaLjirn's Hank, but to the nrprise of friend and foe, Colonel Mn.t.r.n's whoU force, consisting of the 18th Ohio, Lieut.-Col.Givtv ; 20th Ohio, Lieut. -Col. Nir.BMNa; 7Slh Pennsylva nia, Col. SrRwn t. ; 1 1th Michigan, Col St. Ci.aie, arrived, via a cornfield, and rattled away, throwing his force com pletaly across the front, and on tho Mur- freeslioro road on the right. The 7Slli Penn. hahed nearly in front of the retreating enemy, and when he attempted to pass the lino to our left, Col. Sft.will threw his regiment rapidly by the left flank and completely in front of the enemr. During all this time the artillery was playing upon them with telling effect. The cavalry dashed w ith great force against the line of tho 7tHh, but was met by a succession of volleys of musketry. The 32d Alabama quickly threw down their arms, and the cavalry elevated a white flag, but the Captain of the battery not seeing it, kept on firing. The caval ry then tied in great confusion into the woods. Meantime the 13th Ohio had ar rived nearly at the place where the ene my's arti'lery bad made its first stand, and, by order of Colonel Miu.Eit, was de ployed as skirmishers to sweep the woods recently occupied by tho Alabama regi ment. The men swept the woods clear back by the camp, and took numerous prisoners, among them Colonel Mil nr. Colonel Mii.lem, learning that Oen. Tal Mnn's infantry bad gone in the same di rection, withdrew (ho 13th Ohio. The firing in the corn iields in front of the battery bad by this time become scattering, irregular, and soon ceased. The Hth Michigan and the 21st Ohio had each taken an active part and se cured many prisoners. After Colonel Mjl.i.ri: arrived tho fight ing lasted thirty minutes. As all the information nhich General Nr.ai.LT could possibly obtain must ne cessarily be by couriers, at an early hour yesterday morning, deeming inexpedient to risk no sacrifice of bis troops, hp sent out reinforcements, consisting ol the 22d Illinois, llth Michigan, 10th Michigan and a Battery, Gen. Nnn.FT faking iui mediate command. The reinforcements proceeded to within a mile of the Insane Asylum, when they were met by Colonel Stokt.s and his regiment. The easy pail of the hordes, the smile of (he Colonel, the apparent good nature of bis men, and the exhibition of several minature Con federate Hags told the w hole story. The first remark that the dusty Colo nel made to the General was, "General, we've got 'riu! "Well," said the General, "what have yon got "i'y George!" ejaculated Col. Stokks, "we've got vtrijlhimj two Colonels, sev eral other commissioned ofliccrs, and nearly three hundred men, all their small arms, their guns, and all the Hour, bacon and other necessaries we could carry after-filling our own and all the enemy's wagons and every species of cart that we could prem." The Colonel told the truth, for the road fr miles was filled with soldiers, prisoners of war, and wagons loaded with Mores of all kinds. Tho rebels had but one gun, which was captured. We also took from the enemy four hundred small arms, a regi mental stand of colors, fifty-six loads of flour, several hundred weight of bacon, forty beeves, and a number of horses. Our loss, as far as ran be ascertained, was t killed and 7 wounded. Tho rebel Ions in killed is thirty, and about eighty wounded. Notwithstand ing our artillery made sad havoc with ihe enemy, the above figures are proba bly reliably, as seems to be confirmed by the rebel prisoners. As near as we can judge, Ihe number-of prisoners taken was over three hundred, most of whom were taken to the Provost Marshal's ollice for examina tion. Their number embraced two colo nels, several captains and lieutenants, ordinance oflicers, and quite a eijtiud of sergeants and corporals. Dining the ex amination of the men, several of them avowed that their officers all ran away, and thus their rapture was inevitable. One intelligent young man from Alaba ma stated that he was as akened by bis servant, who told him that "the Yankees were coming." He disbelieved the re port, and went to leep again, but was awakened by (he report of cannon and musketry. Hastily joining his coinpaur, be was ordered, ith the whole regi ment, to foim in line of battle, but when Ihe attack was nude bis ifhVrrs lied, snd he, w ith otlr new, inexperienced troops, followed 1 h in. On starting In leave the field, he was told by some of bis oflicers that a large force of Federals were ad vancing from Mnrfreehborn, nnd said he, good.naturr.llj, "IVforo ! rnWj Lih w where I '.", 1 wa nisnhin? be- !,.,. ,, j,i,u, (01,,." Muv ot the i j,,;.,,,,,, s)a(e t1(.y pmonei state that they ere m l of the ar.anil j u lining fiom nppeai anc!! w thiuk they hare leasou lo he, for a more w retched looking net of i ,.,.,. ,. nr i, , rtiWll , ninmni tMuilit' fl'i (I IIVISO Tll 1L ltd - 1 were dic.s-W ulike, and lai'e.'d n.t all very .Inly in ii v vn la addition to thii, their fifteen tailca' march did not tubjuce their lookt. No doubt a paro!e will be acceptable to thrra. According to tho statements made by many of them, they are quite willing to quit fighting and wtnrn home. The rebel force waa under command of General Sam. Asrrnt.ox but that in dividual informed his men that reinforce ments were necessary, started towards Mtirircesboro for them, and has not been beard of since. The cavalry were re speclively under John T. Mouoas, P.ir ra and MlKin'strt. The uniform good conduct of the troops on march and under fire was loud ly applauded by the officers, and percep tible to all. Nothing was disturbed of a private nature, except pressing teams, to carry captured stores. Another fact worthy of mention is, that the jaded and worn-out prisoners were treated w ith the consideration which characterizes onr troops. The dash of the rebels under rorrcsl upon Murfrcesbom, a few months ago, was ft decided success, and we must con fes that General Negley'i well-planned and well carried out attack upon La vcrgne waa no less brilliant. Colonel Stouts' cavalry displayed signal daring and intrepidity, going into their work with coolnrSK and alacrity of veterans, and tho ardor of men whoso sonls burned with patriotism. They amply fulfilled the high hopes entertain ed of them. Wo predict fjr them a splendid reputation. The gallantry and coolness of Colonel Mu.i.f.r are highly applauded. The opening of his fire upon the splendid rebel cavalry ia described as truly brilliant: from one end of his line to the other blazed forth one sheet of fire, the rebels reeled in their eaddles,the dead and dying strewed the ground, and the survivers betook themselves to head long flight. General Talmkr who won noble laurels at Island Number 10, ac quitted himself as became an officer and soldier. He opened the fight and kept it up heroically. His skill and cool ness were eminent everywhere. The excitement along the road ami on the8lroets was tremendous; the whole population turning out, while squads of from three hundred to five hundred per sons, at the entrance of the city, on Ce dar street, Church street, High street, and around the Capitol, literally blocked up the way in (heir intense eagerness to roe (he troops and their prisoners, who were a most woe-begone looking set, and lin eal descendants of (be "Knights of Ihe Sorrowful Figure." Poor men, liltle did they seem to know of Ihe true character of this deplorable contest. Dupes of w icked nnd cunning leaders, led astray by mere political blacklegs, w e felt most sincerely and profoundly sorry for (hem. Why should they be lorn from home, wife, children, friends and business, be cause Harris and P.p.r.i KiKraiVJi; were no longer the favorites of political fortune? General Nirui.r.r nnd our other ollicers were greeted cordially along the route by the waving of flags, handkerchiefs and other tokens of approval. There weie hundreds, yes thousands of the sons and daughters of Tennessee, whose hearts beat high with hope and joy at this tri umph of the dear old flag, more precious to their souls than aught besides on earth. Thus Providence has crowned our arms with a another victory over the forces of treason, anarchy and depotism; may it be but the precursor of a long series of triumphs, each one far outshining its pre decessor in splendor. ITv. 'e do not need the express authority of the Constitution for any measure whit h is necessary to save tho country. Thomas Jr.iFr.r.son, during his Presi dency, saw that lie acquisition of Lou isiana territory was absolutely necessary to maintain our independence and secure our safety. He acquired that ten ilory without any authority whatever from any article of Ihe Constitution; hut if he broke the Constitution ho saved tho Union. In like manner, if any act, any measure, any policy, be demanded, by the necessities of Ihe hour to preserve the Union, we may most rightfully and just ly do it, even though the Constitution uiujr mn naueiioii our couuuci. ii a cer tain remedy will cure a disease, we may apply that remedy, although it be con demned by every physician from .Lscu lapiua down to his disciples of the pres ent r-j How many men are now jirosperoua, frt'J inoru ari'iire, an J brlter jirotoctcd, mure couGilcnt of enlarging thrir for tiuit'8, and li !i anxious about the safety ami li.iiiinriM of thi-ir fuwilifi under the rule of tliTK Davh, tLan tLey did undor the lVdcral Oovrrnnirnt V Ia thrie on from Vorktovrn OalvontonV f" Jtepublicari Stalci air liLiMhevheave in the lurwil Held. Put them up lingly and every gust blows them down ; slack them together, and thry defy all the winds of heaven." Siwahii. Ml'KM B Wil l. Ol'T. A WFAl.TIIV Tin- ian family, consiminp of fire jirrfona, disappeared from the K.wn of I.aybach about forty yrara ago, and no trace ot them wa ever tliacovered. Fuapiciun fell njion a hotel Mervant, anfhortly alter their Uixappoarance lie purchased a hotel r.ir IIiA .Milk t( llwrlv ll,ii,iuan.l fl..rt,.a b Tnfrt were wanting howeTrr, and lo was dim hargftl. rJ he man anil hid wife Laving lately tiieil, leaving a lare for tune. Hit Leirt caiiDcd thehou-ic to here jiaireil, an. I while diin a bLiI tiii. lance hvow t!ie aurUce, aUcle!oua were dUi'oven,ilv thre in one j.Uro aud two in another, and from the ration in which they wer jilacad. it it fvid. nt that they had beta bound together w itu a roj.e. A ch. at full f wa ath- tiiy vererl in the lionie coaaicrtD dailt by w. s. child i co Tnw on mlon irr fr t"nttM .stM" Trv. nrj Jsoi hs IM nO i, aM KotmirVy: Tuy; of TVnnf t i d; I hi n.tnfc... ,., rtuni.T r.:ik, , .; lTvlmnt' n nV. i Mmfc o( th lThiu . , TruWn' B.aftU ft It inL uftVmnt n . , 11 iMy Hint: v i " Krmr' Flmk ......... " H-uitt f Pn BunU of t'tifitiMv i. " Bank of Mftnj tiiv ' H.i Wi IUnl. ::. Kiwt Ktnfc ni r. mine-r; -h tr fc '41 " SiHUiirn Hftfik 40 PitlV ot N;i-ln v S ' HtA of w.!M' i'V VI Oi ivf IU'iV, . i.u (Vint of l t Mr i-U' V . . . m " Hank rf Weil Tf ittux-- I'.tfiU nl Mli)lf TMiw-iH Nnnhrvn It.ihU ' 0vriA nj Honth 4'mlin, ..42 rim. North drill rut tu Vii(:i'il i ' tqhatnn.. 4i Ii'fn.... ? " flnlJ. Id it? ' rtcn. StlVt h lMJtl HI i ri, U1I b l .il. North W'trn Pnnk of 0orttiPi tit Ui". fJ(ilt C'f (li llipir S1M, ,HTf t: 7 " B'Uk of AltioDi, OorTift f " Fnltnts Brink W " Bjtuk of hfiit " Titular -run. m' piuik .W Hefuso lu ! nil Clank inr-iiUonea brlou. Th followinfr Trnnirii p-in': ri Vn, or hftt ln'tn mtiuiii ut : o.t He ir Nitf", If ny dm oiii, an' utt'Tlj woitiil.? ; An itMiIiurnl IUnk, Kt i:t-oiruitT:u. t. ntral BitiU of T.MiiHV'ot M Nji xi1.!-1. Krinfn' am) I'H'hAniCrt' 'nk,nt Mfuii'tii. Moilini"!i' Ha nU,. it Mimphin. MpmpMrt Siivutti lUHdititM O, at Mimjliir'. Krhaiur P-vnk, rt Mtirfrt'noro. Minert' nnd JVUmifarldrvrf' Itatik nt KnxvlU . Ui.k of K i;t T.'UIk' 1 Ktmvilli'. hank t l lYfUton, l Trt'iiton. lUak of .lv!K iMii, at l.tuilr..lati. VaDk of l 1...MI-', ;il Tntrweli. Bank of r7jvTl, t TivHtU. Iiawn-n 'rlMirj Unik,at C.awidmchitri;. nitaiiet' Riuk, al ftlitnjjbi. Bauk of Amt-rKa, al Ciaraa (Ue Notice. A';' (iRN'TLKM N mot Um wife rati b QcrommotUtil Ith a Kvn1 room l"y fitiuhiiiu llo' nauifi) ut a No. 1 Botir.Un Ioiie ill a roii wiu.'Ul nt ol iht1 city by apil ing at tii otTtr. niji.:U-l'lt. Government Claims. ANDREW McCLAIN Uril I. HIVE PROMPT ATTKNTIOV TO TH K r.ill..-tluii of rl.tiin nl' t?.ry kin.l Hv.inr t thf Covrrnuii'ul f llo- l nii. it flnf nilru .iwl l hh rirtv OFFICE ON UNION STREET. l.rl; h Uni.k .Stnro, hAHiivn er, Ttvn jk e F rfl ft FNVKS: iMr.'Jwi rmm'v K lwnr.1 It. (kI, S ..hi i. I R. Ilaii. llunit-. H. HarriJc(i, A. -I. I'mi' :(i. II ilivn county -ll.li. .I .r.l .u Siu!..m. .V ni(4 iiUv'lr. I'. II. fl.inloti, J. V. 1) . . n, I'rkalb rcur.l., ( V I. W. IV Si .!... U'ir.y rtiui.li, Rnhrrl C: : i n , II. .1. Sml.lf.lii LI. ll'i irtiilr- Will'iim l;tn,f,.r.l ivim.v, 1I,1 II. I 1 .I.T-l.-Ti. Willloil II Tlillv. H,li',tril i vim, -Willi .m II. Wi-ciK i . MrJtl Ciu,.i, - Al'tii r -jl.'i'l. S ntT (vi.nv II tlifl P. yti'ti, Thoiii t. Triuilil' ,oitn frt;jr.. T'.ivl-I .'.(.'(ihfrJ. iMw..' - lt"n. 'i' A. K. N.-I.oli, linn ll. l.pil MrKlnnn . ' .MM lin. . Marshal's Sale. HY v r no nf n writ "f f fi to hip lirH-lt-tt fioirt tli t'lninl CfMit ril l'ntin.1 Muito,f.u Mi il riitJ tor -( I 1 r u l, w 111 t vpojtp i- nH(e, itulilu lV, I" I hi1 ttihi'Dt lii I'ler, tor ct h, :a tho (our I ittnur dour, iH'ltir., .ij ul Na ;tii1l.-, iu I h iHth tiny of ti:(oor, thi- loii'tw iwt (t'uvw, property 01 Alion i I rork II , ii 4111 ly : HMrv, :ihont -It) y in ol i.hKIiIit Inlatil H.-n, IV ilhitrti ; an') I'fl'-r, ton or t lovou yeai tM w; llo wlr! niurait ba mir been levied on to A-al iy a iii-U'tn'Mit id Itror ol 'iuk, Ailamn ft Ci-trk, uei A. It Cntrici'tt, rndHiv1 lu ftaitl Cuurt on tm (In ul April, IH-'. Hat to coiunii'iirA at ji) u'rlork.A. VI. II It (U.AHtXH'K. -pi :.ni. V.. Mnrrh.il, Al. I. T. Marshal's Sale. 1 1Y Vitlufj of tw. nrl'fl ((' rt f.tt M nv dir.vtr,, hy 13 lin t'imiil ''w t of lb' i uite"! Mitr. ii.r iUc Vli t.llf PiMtrn l ol 'rtiu".i.t !, K. K. ;in.-. ork, .Mar- ia Hrnl lr lhtrici, will enjmp for p -t! -,b. 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Btr l, ih -n.o fa t wiliitbfl mrH to tho rtorlliWMt corniT f hroftbytrlau Cburcli 1(4, tbciine routh 13n lc't lu Uk bt'KUiu n vetM id a!tl Mt-.Ktniy hy Jit4 ivt-l'-r -Ui h B, pnia 31, a. lot la Jturfro.ihnro, b..iiti l rJ r. fnllowf : btviuiuu ltti fLkr- 1J4 IVr( i,,rib 1 RftiJ Kiul'y'n sunlbNt r'Tiir ol lot purcba.. A fiom JtHtf. tUfuc Wiwt lK.r.1; fl lo ti n Hirt, tbciiH" north ftti1-, IWl to n Attko, KJb wj ; iroi-i. rorupr of lot forui'-r!) ownM by H'ti;h r, lbiii c rt 8SVi fn-i in n HUVe. tht -ut-t putiih lo ibe btytuitiiir, vrali'tl In bmJ MrKmUy dytliil riairMiVil in bnk , pit? l"0 atid lot ''itun-ietl fnlii-ttii - t.li'fuiig tui nurthwi' I f.t-rivr f a lul by .Utui AJ. tsvll, H a., rtimiiui! Umiit'i iiuilh Miih nrnt'i Um i lbr'""rn-f ni 4 bf Htr. t, ltn n i i-l uiitilti atr I 1'2 fotl i tiiitk-, lin tti-e iwiuih .'6 ft1 I to uice t-ti ptiul u fidwi li'.- Iui-, tbrnre w"t Willi u t hap iP' t lu tin hrjriniittf, viUmI in p'tnl M'K:tiby b dp' il rViwtflrH( in 1m ik 6, yayn S10, I'.ll; imitf pn pfty Ilnr irf nKa lo f uiiY tt jtnl.niiit in litvur i !f Conn y, I -until I'Me ft (o., V i ui t J.T McKin try, nail n jii'lKmiht In limn of Mrabr hii1 ttii , HK"IQ t Uft'l k .Mi Kuilt-y, rt.-tit ri' t in mihl Courloit Uih Stilb diy 't April, int'J, union lb lrit tUv of May, ls. .il- to W.W phirc ul 10 o'. Uk, A. H'. K iil.AS4 '( m K. i-p2 Ut l1. iUrKlul, XI. V. T. Marshal's Sale. T y v irlurt ol' Ibrc. wrll ill n f. lu nu' if l I. fituu tbi ('u.'uit Oiurl ul tUe I uiU-l in.- A) -ni If liMtrirt of Tamr,c, IKK Mmb l D ttU'l "r hi ul lMnlru-1 , Will lpiih lu iiln: Hale, lu tlit bafhMl Ind'trr, d.r m-h, a? ttii Cuiitl J ut tUwr lu ia nty ol hauv,lt, uu iLc Mtti Uy of (K'l'.lMf. ii, all th right, tiilr,ciiin u I tiiUit .i wbich Noble P. LHi. hn in niul lu the foil wm it- rth l pun ot' pr (-l ol Itttiil , t -w it: tu thr i;',iu ii trk lwf 1 ) v t i roniiiy t Tfiititwitt-c, lr lilttis iu the Vt utei-f Uuetm Vit lniiMie rul, i.tM-ui uu ntllrs Irom Nubhvtlit, btHJnt-i h- I 1Imwm : -u intni.tf ut it slake in lUr ciMiir- i'i n 1 lur rpiW rwi hi i nu Ntrtbtftfil tin nr i( M ifh K- l liny ' m II v ftrrai, hu1 mix lib ibe Sort It I i tu-'l liviU'i Imrl, Suutli 71 4 iU't ; .'ut 10 m w v l- n mke U H-M.-y' hiM-( Uicu-e Willi ltolty lilt N..rlb Ii U' K ; HY I '15 lu Htt lu a iib,t, rm ;ir ol Iran t i-l UUli i-u ft' m, ..U1 ty i W. Nuu' l" Hlftl .11 C. itw u lo ,l4i. idtwutilj, 'Itu Urt (or ltvittMb imuiiiV; Hud. wHlt I uo stiii i liun bf atn.', N'lHb 71 ff K- I- t ' 1"" !' ''' I" i mi 4k iu Him t-uirfl ul Huet. V il j ik r-.i-l, tbviu ft'-'iiK ffiitrv l t ti4 T"f U d'-rf , VO 4 ' 1"J -'I'1 l the 1.'v.ioii.k','' tall'ltif fl la-li, l'it aViUUt intf ot U I'll' prottftiy t.,',uai u- up u t,, atitu: ju.liufuu iu U Vr f ( Ivit-rj k l , W iti U'.n, ''w lit 4iiJ jHlib-u i Ui. k r k -uk, rruilfri l iu .aU tu'i, o lb. ."'mU J .yi.f Arl( I v .', u. .mil tif $h d ..l.m.k-A sr.tnii..h M'xji', A Jui'u u iti .r ol ('. I M-i t i ' I. r-.'. Oi i:, c i Id o cl. -k A. M t:. K. tit AM in k, t j U Ul (' U hi.nal, 1 U. f. f. O. (X Ti riMiK hin X lir ,b.l 1 1 tinual IV-hilnciii wi'i'-nl 1 1" V. fii Hiiii.iii. ri! .. T' l .'' ' v. ' 1 I lii.'.l .11 I..!.. V .ii, , iti . il on ft..n.lk, 'i. t..K 1 v. Hi ilit'" i..uit .ill. B.l 11... ,. lite n.r n.t..-trf I. t .11.. lli"-l"l. JdllN K llll'i:. Ii. I. O. O. R 'I li 1. .Miriiliil i-.'ni I,-;,. 11..-UI f H Mil 1 1.1 r.ti I I.1..U. of T. ,. .f, ..III I..- II.. I 1 k. i 1 i.'( I iiy ou I illi.-a.lJy1 IM..I.. r . .' 'II., If -J A f'touipl .ti,.i!.i,i i.t in.. It--1- . vnib.lv r.u.alr.!. ul 11 (A '. . ol.l n 0 ,. 11 J"U . I till I ,- .V I Notice. M 1 b-t'tf I" I-' :,.! i t I b 1 All. 1 4 I i'il...4. t BJ'it j! ul i . ftn lu.l o 1 f .11 ncvl Library Association Co LOTTERY. It. FIMNCF, aV COM MA N AO l' Its. Draw Daily at COVINGTON, Ky , at ii a so a o'niiCR. (UP I TA tiS $5,000 to $40,000! Tiikfli frnm One Mat u ten HhIIun. Or.lor. t.r Ti.-lclt will be wwn.i!j Mot bf to tnra mail, .ml our om-'il ir.ing. teni to all ir r(-"n,lfni. 4T All or.l.u for T .-1. -1. .Ur R, FRANCE ft CO., tAH'IflVIt.l.Ti', HV, 4r t'liTiilMa tiMil ftre t. .ill I't h-rlnd. Inly :9-J!m Bl. L. ALEXANDER, Amnion Sc Commission MERCHANT, No. 11 ITIIl.IO SQI AHI ," NASHVILLE, TENN. QOI.ll'lTS COSnKlNMKVTS, AN0 WM.t, OIVK eh". UhV an. I MiTi lmiellK gnprlljr. r All Mlea l imli, Nud n'lurus mail promptly, Rnrrrvrr M.rrli A U... A. J. Ilmtran A Stllin, R S. t1ollln Nii.tivill. 'IVnn. No. 71 East Side Public Square GOODS AT 1IOI I.SAI.H AIM1 HI'TAIl.. W hav a Urgo lot if READY-MADE CL0THINO, wooi.ru coons, r..r ontiNion'( f; inr. and TH 1 MM I NO Hll.K, In II t linn ; Qfl KS- WAHK, lUUOWAI'.K. HHOK.-i, BoOV.4, kc Ac. at' lYr .nn. v. i,.lilu anyililnir of ihpanri for the appi.vi. blue inl. 'v'. til., nv.Mi.1 tlo hoII la 5uiilr IImiimiIvi'h whili- ihjran. W harp alio lHrjl tl f IIOV4' t-I.OTIIl.Ntl. MIX! I.AIK A- 1UOKS c-pl n -1 n '' 71 F.nl Mill' I'n'dir S.inure, (up nlnil .) Charles II. Green, ACFS'T FOB TII E CQLLEGT1QI1 Gf CHIPS Ainix-iT mi; GOVERNMENT. u. s. Orrice, No. 38, Cherry Street, (UP STAIRS), ... .lulS'J -If. Situation Wanted. A HITTATION' IV A ACAnfMV IR 1'iilS. iry Sjlinfll, a. T.'.rh.T r.f l!i. Knl'h hranrh... IimIkxI l.y it ,ly In Ki lilu k) , ll" yioi:M 111., la r.iuii. .Smih. A.I.Iii-b Bos 777, t.oui.vlll.., Ky , or "M It. M N'tt.lo ille. T.nii. 4-A .ulmlnrtory lull.'l (mm ft.'V. J. J. Ili l ioi k, ..SHilon, ly. mii;;I7 :3rl!K.IOVAI.. STADLER, DUO. & IJ A V K REMOYKD To No. 31 Market Street, I'llM-wr (Hiipairli cop . Justices' Court. NlON, ("HTI'1I n .1 Wom.s, rinlniiT I. J. O. Onn i n ii, I.f. li.liuit. ) In ii .ml I.. f..r. t . M. Ht.ut lifTKl. , . Ji .1 :, ,i of 'i. isiiri. r-r la.Mi.u t .Minljf, TniirM. f. Tli. iililui.n , Kituii, ( Intnlil Ik Wont-, In nr. .rtK.n ImvOii; nlilu....! no jlri.rlinirDl iitiiit ill. in I..IIUHIH, .i. ii, l.r.lliili. cinl luaie il l.i 1 .n(l.. Hie) riti itrutil hy hiiu, Irvie'l mi t-tiii tlry hi lii if lututliiiv I'flnnKiuK U Iba iM'nUitl ; ftinl ou motion oi i-lamlirti, hy couu (l, it ftiHMriM I. h Mftttrtt u-t inn "I - .1'iatl- w, tlut h U- (?iid.iiil k H Ui-liti- iilill iI liieM-ttif i)f Tfliiirv Ji f nr. il.'iva ib a puitiitMiiitu be in-' I h'T four tii i H' n rLs Ml i uWr-un r I'lil'lmbaul lu Hit iiiy t Nia b llf r ittnl tb I (i tun," irini"if ti it ri ti Uiii i. Ixt at ml fti'twar Im (..f ulil J mil. utt iUm a Mil il.-iy tf hflnilH r, Irtcj.mi l I'lui l, hiMr, vr iltfitmr U m'd Hll.n bfiienl, ol Ittrw t r tbt will I' fe.it I"MM 'f trtnl imile on llittt luv. I M. H ll'TH..1'K, .1 . Anti't '.Mot, Hu1 41. I,m-, Justices' Court. J.'HN IK.mllt', I'M. I , I lu . uii b. r.ir. (i. V K .iiilyl. 11 Ju ij ,. ul ',, ) l.-r luvi.lru I'uoiii), T.'iii M. n iii,itii. j ft.U I OOlily, T..,u . 1- . - i.f. I . . " Tli.' pliiui il. J1I10 llmuii., lu Ui.. ..11. 0 lin ing ol.Uiin.'.l an Aiiiirlimul ii nunt II.. li. i,-l .ui a, Kii-'MuI i'-'i.il In (V.ii-l.l.l. ,l.,liu I', (lotv.-r, .1.1 r.' luio.'d by linn, l.i Ir't ou .undiy rli,,U.. of Vblll-. m I. .niim 1.1 lit. il ifiul.iut ; .1. 1 00 iu..ii..n 1.1 .!itm tin, 11 .ii'j.iiiut: lo Hi. .iii-r.. iin of i.i j,.,i1( lli.l Hi. il I'-n-l ml la u ii.ii,i,id.iii ot Hi. Siti,' oi I. nu. . .. Il 1. or.li-rc.l ll,.i luil.h. ntion l-r o.h..- r .r f,...i .i-. .),. onrUa In ii. n.. .r i.uuli I. ..I iu Hi. tltyi. M.livllli- ,,:ir, l. " ,,,- il-f. oili.nl U ;..i.r Lef ir. m d J,i i., ,. u,"i,i, d .y of r.'.iniiii.-r, I ". nd Hf ., un-'w.r, or .Inn ir l.i m-t-X n 1. lilni-lil. "I'l'T 1 ... II,,' mn i, r, d... u l"f liul . ..ru iii II, 'tt il .1 . Ii. M. Hi'l'TIM r, .1 P. A. I. 1 I 7ih. lii ! 4m I. , . , NEW MUSIC. A NW CnM If I'lVP MIVI1 .ndllK.RI V U k .uud l.i h. li.. ini.t k, 4r ,. l..n.. .'l.i .0 lu 1.. li'ti 4f r1.-! id i.rmt- inn iry. i.n rn . ...I ol I ") HI..1 I'. 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LOlllS CO., h.if,' hn wlftil k Uf Sii.cJi of m-.Ji iuiitaM DRY QOODM Itootit nml Shoe,' llafa, Siulloiiri)', ! ,1, rValK nml l)ye-Siurr SALT, in HriuelA, SALT In Hug, COTTON CARDS, Whli h w. nfler lo lb. public ror CASH OR PRODUCE, srrn as COTTON, BKICStt'AX. WOOL, GINSENU KKATIIERU, IIIIUN Bllll TAI.I.OW. (Jol'NTKr Morrhvot. would ,l HI t,. l . u J IIH.M K. e.n III! ik. i- i...i ........... ' WI v wiuir uu, irum our suo All rnmnt Soulhrrn Fuml Takrn at Par. TENNESSEE BRANCH or tii UIMUl CUIO IGEIICr eoviipi Tun t HAllVF.Y, COLLIN'S A BKACE," WAMtuvoTojr, n. r. ' CIIAHLES H. GHEEN, Agent, Mi. 0n( tUorry Strwit, Xttahvllle.Tr un. rpms Aorvrr pn...wl. ,w,i.r hr,mi f . uin.l u.lmUli. Q,.n.r-l n..- . . w.,MIIiraI Q ryrif KEStRlTOOK. II. ,oc,nr. ,Bf vT Kar. eMrl.no. 1. th. iu.og.m.t of ,1,1m. u. fc tungrrM. Court of C,lu,, ,.d tl E,. .mul.ly ,r,,ului., ,, fim,u ,. Uw r.Riil:illoni iriiliig their dJintnl.o. 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