TTJBSBAT, JAXTJARV 2; 185.
AKMVAIi JUfD DEPARTURE OF THE
houireilU and XaiJitilU Railroad.
Leaves Nashville at ;-. .,0--1tl A-M
Arrive at Louisville.
. &00 P M
60 A M
- 7:00 A M
Leave Louisville at-
Arrives at Nnshvillo
1 P M
6:00 A M
Edgefield and Keniucty Railroad.
Leaves Nfuhville-..- 3.-00 P M
Arrive al Nnshvlllc- . . 00 A M
Leaves Springflold ...... . fc50 A M
Arrives at Sprine5cJd......-....... ... 5-.25 P M
XatfitUU and Chattanooga Railroad.
Leave Nashville at 8.-00 A M
Arrives at Nashville 6:15 P M
Leave Chattanboga 6:10 P M
Arrive at Chattanooga BAH
JTatnvltU and Xtrihwttirn Railroad
Leave Nashville 6.-00 V M
Arrive at JohnnonTillc....... .11:00 P M
Leave J ohnsonville. 1:50 A M
Arrive at Naihv ill e- CM A M
Tfaihvillt and Decatur Railroad'
Lear Nashville 7:15 A M
Arrive at Decatur Junction at 3:30 P M
Leave Decatur Junction. &30 A M
Arrive at Nashville .- &35 P M
Leave Nashville- 00 P M
Arrive at Colombia;.- . 4:30 P M
Leave Columbia ......... 7:15 A M
rrlv at Nashville tUS A M
Monlgttnerv and Wtit Point Railroad.
Leaves Montgomery at . t-X A M
Arrives attest Point at 12:00 M
Columbus at 6:45 P M
Leaves West Point at W5 P M
Columbus at- CSAM
Arrives at Montgomery at ...... V-.I5 P M
Mr. John W. Faxojt Is our local agent at Clarks
villo, to receive and receipt for subscriptions to
the Uxtox ASD AUEBICAX.
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OVeekly Review of tbe markets of this and other
;itiec, with which our people do business, and a
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ported from abroad. We also Intend to make the
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tainment andcomfoxt of those more advanced in
life. The proprietors of the " Union and Ammi
CAXM have lived and been engaged in the
newspaper business long enough to obtain a knowl
edge of the true wants of a great, honest and Tir
tuout people,who, though unfortunate, are striving
to transmit to heir descendants, in culture and
aurtnre. the highest and most noble Qualities,
Industry, seir-relianee, and dignity of character.
Fully appreciating the power and beneficence of
woman, they will endeavor to make this paper an
acceptable companion io the mother and daugh
ters of the country, wherefrom they may derive
both profit and pleasure.
To persons desirous' of making known' to the
publie their business, wo may say that our circula
tion by tnaU, reaching every Tost Office which has
been re-opened in the State, besides an extensive
circulation In adjoining States, gives our advertis
ing coln superior advantagea. . . -
The advance In the prices' of every artiele'whlc'h
enters into the production.of newspapers is such
that the terms spaa which they- are furnished
must necossariiy correspond. In common with
our city contemporaries, we have adopted the
following as the
Teres of Subscription
Union and. .American,
(Strictly in Advance, )
for six1 months.
" for three mentis-
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Weekly, per annum
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( Das announcement, will be made . of the tisae
when the Tri-Weekly will be Uwod.'aad of the
W call attention to the auction sale, to -Jay by
Boiling 4 Heald, of the Saloon at lMBroadstreet,
frith complete outfit
We m11 attention to the advertneajeat of the
Johnsonville, Cairo, and Bt Loafs Dly'Packet
Line, ,to be found in another column. ; . ( -
The Chamber of Commerce will meet to-day at
2 P. M when it is expected that Important btui
ncss will be transacted.
f'EowN Fosim.TltisoMstlBgiilsBed tragedian
Is now playing at Dayton, Ohio. He would
draw trcmcndoutly here. Can't Manager Flynn
Induce him to visit Nashville.
The firm of Gardner A-Cunningham (dissolved
by mutual conor.t For particulars see adver
tisement. ' . (
I the Tlccordcr's Court yesterday," about fifteen
cases were heard, principally forldrunkenncss and
disorderly conduct. One ortwo cases of violation
of city laws wero disposed of in small fines.
The Supremo Court met yesterday, pursuant to
adjournment, at 10 a. v Judges Shackelford,
MiUigan, and Hawkins presidios. - -Thelawdoeket
of the Ninth Circuit was taken up, but no impor
tant cases heard.
Till Columbia Atukxjccu. It is gratifying to
learn that this school, formerly so eminent 'for Its
usefulness, is now in full operation, having escap
ed the ravages of the war without any damage to
its costly Library, Philosophical and Chemical
Apparatus, Musical Instruments, Paintings, Statu
We announco this moraine tbo name of Samuel
Donelson, "Esq., of this city, as a' candidate for
Attorney General for the District composed of the
counties of Williamson, Davidson and Sufcncr.
Mr. D. is a son of the late General Daniel S. Den-
clson, and is a gentleman of fine legal attainments;
and if elected, will discharge ably and faithfully
the duties of the position. We commend him to
the favorable consideration cf the people of the
It will be seen by the notice of the Recrder-r
published in another column that business men
In this city whose licenses have expired, are noti
fied to renew them without delay. We are au
thorised to state that' no allowance will bo made
for any neglect in complying with this announce
Abscoxoid. The eoiilUant Doctor, J. M.
George, whoso flaming advertisements have been
posted through our city, announcing himself as a
famous Indian Herb Doctor, has imitated the ex
simple of many who have gone before him, by tak
ing French leave. A few nights ago he absconded
from the Union House, leaving a trunk filled with
coal to pay his hotel expenses. Several other
little bills were leftnpaid. Wa are acquainted
with other similarlproccedings, which wo forbear 1
mentioning, as the above will sufficiently estab
lish his reputation. Keep the ball moving.
We have again to record a fact to the detriment
of the ICth Regulars, tho reputation of which is
somewhat injured by tho conduct of 'some of its
Yesterday, three .or more soldiers belonging to
this regiment, entered a disreputable house, on
Jefferson street, near the QldjBrewery, and stolo
therefrom a mahogany box containing"! consider
able amount ofjewclry. The parties werefollowed
to Smokcy Row, where three of them were arresi
d; one by the city police, and the remainder by
the military patrol. They were taken before the
Provost Marshal, where their case has heard : but
what disposition, was made of tho parties we did
SnooTixa on Gallatin Pike. On Sunday last,
two citizens residing in the vicinity of Edgefield
J. W. Geo and William Martin came to this city
on business. About dark they crossed the river,
and taking a conveyance, drovo out on, tho Galla
tin Pike to their hemes. Near the house of Mr.
Stubb, about three miles from the city, three men
approached thtm and demanded their money.
Mr. Geo and Mr. Martin sprang from their buggy, '
and while doing so wero shot at by one of the
party. They did not, however, retreat, but Mr.
Gee, who was armed with a'revolver, returned tho
firo, and as he believed, mortally wounded the
one who shot at. him. As another of the vidians
was in the act of shooting at Mr. Martin, Gee
fired a second time, and with such effect that the
desperadoes were put to flight. Mr. Martin, al
though unarmed, stood his ground manfully.
It is said that these would-be-murderers were
all disguised in such a manner as to prevent their
faces from being seen, and were also mounted on
horses. From tho description given, it is possible
that they might have been soldiers, as various ar
tides were strapped on their saddles, and their
appearance indicated that they had been in (he
army. Whcthc citixens or soldiers, it is to bo
hoped mcasurcsimay be taken for their arrest, as
affairs of this kind 'are far too numerous for the
safety of those residing in tho suburbs .. ,
I ' j - .'
T)K Sunday night,about 12 o'clock, partici'res
iding in the vicinity of the Louisville Depot wero
alarmed by the loud and rapid firing of pistols
and revolvers. It might reasonably have been
supposod that a serious affray was taking place,
but a number of policemen, who proceeded to
that localityasccrtained that no!ono had been in
jured. Somo eight or ten persons were arrested;
but upon examination, it was found that they hod
thought proper to usher in tho new iycar by theso
demonstrations, and. they were accordingly dis
charged, with sbmo sound advico 'suitable to tho
International Hotel. Members of tho city
press were yesterday invited to partake of a New
Year's dinner at this house, whero unusual exer
tions were made to provido for tho comforts of tho
guests. An innovation was, however, established
upon the usual order of proceedings; and, instead
tfbeing as Horace expresses it, al oca ad malum.
it was al malo ad ovum. This, we may say, affect
d only a few of the guests; yet, it will greatly
increase the patronage of the travelling public
An amusing affair occurred yesterday, near the
corner of Cedar and High streets, which might
have been turned into a serious accident, but for
the coolness of the Individual concerned. Tho
party referred to was driving a wagon filled with
furniture; and seated on tbe top, was Justturning
tho corner, when a part of tho load fell 'off, car
rying him with it to the ground. As there was no
scarcity of mud in tho vicinity, his appearance
after quitting tho horizontal position can bo more
easily Imagined than described. He, however,
made the best of his misfortune; and reloading
the wagon, proceeded on his way as coolly as if
nothing had happened.
OrxNtNO Bakqcet at the Stacey HorsE. Tho
inauguration Dinner at tbo Stacey House, yester
day was a most rtehertlte and tasteful affair, and
bespeaks the futuro success of the clever proprie
tor, as one of the most successful caterers of his
time. We hare rarely sat down to a more invit
ing table a" note, and as rarely glanced over as
comprehensive a bill of fare. Quite a number of
ladies, (guests of the house, and invited guests,)
graced tho occasion, and the State and military
officers resident here, wero among the entertained.
A separate table was set apart for the Press, who
dli full Justice to the business before them, with
customary heartiness and appreciation.
The dining hall, which is some CO by 40 feet In
dimensions, was tastefully festooned with banners.
Tbe pantry, cook-ranges and pastry baking de
partments, all heated by steam, wero in excellent
condition, and the waiter-corps afforded abundant
evidence of their education to their duties, by the
assiduous attention paid to every guest.
Cocntt Court. This body met yesterday, in
the Court House, and a very interesting report
was presented by Judge Whitworth, embodying
the following interesting facts relative to County
During the period commencing April lt,-16t4,
and ending Dec 31, 18(55, the expenses for.tho
Poor House were $2,621,50.
For repairs and fuel at tho County Jail during
the same time. $3,577,15.
Forjurors $5,225. ' '
, The fees of officers of the County Court, and also
flr general expenses, were $11,110,
Paupers were provided for at'thelr own domi
cils throughout tho county, at an expense of $S,
400.42. The Coroner's fees for holding inqocsts,'cte
Appropriations for indigent families of Confed
erate soldiers, $19,717.8-.
For patienU in Davidson Hospital, $5,786-3.
,The County taxes for the coming jear exclu
sive of Government and State taxes ills thought
win not great. I at railroad pnrpiise. howev
er, there will probably be an increase. Judge
Whitworth thinks that a tax. of not more than
five dollars on a thousand, will be sufficient to pay
we oacg interest on county bonds, and meet all
the liabilities fer' tbe coming year, !n the way of
A report was presented by "Squire Meacham. as
Chairman of the Committee on Pest House, show
ing thafupwatos of $14,041iaL'been expe.ded
since Oct 1st 1864,m the b'uHdthg turned "8vet to
the civil authorities by the military, and for ex
penses connected with the Pest House, which has
at present one hundred and fifty patients, and has
been fitted up so as t aecomaodate three hun
dred, if necessary. The inmates of the Foot
House, Pest House, and buildings of alike nature,
have increased rapidly within tho past few
A session of the County Court will be held to
day, at which will be elected by the Justices or the
peace, tbe following :
A Coroner, in place of P. U. CoUm resigned.
A Revenue Collector, to -collect the State tax
Assessori'for'each'aistrict'in theTcounty of Da-videos;
Rkxtixo op ths Stalls. TJadwr the, manage'
mcntof Thos. McCarty, the polite and attentive
First Assistant Clerk of the Market House, the
stalls were yesterday rented out for the ensuing
' year, to the following parties, at the prices an
.Adam Coe - .$150 Adam Coo.. ....
C. Linger .a-159 L. Shames.-
T. A. Coleman, T.-150 J; W. Coleman
H. C. Jenkins 150 O. B. Jenkins
Geo. Doublcdav..150 Tho!iMiIson.....
W. nagey, 150 PolkHagay
150 Thos. Maiori,
A. U. liazy -
J as. Hawkins.....
W. B. Fisher
G, W. Coleman.
150 M. Heffry--
150 C. Thorn as.-.-.i.-v
150 Jacob Kreis. 3
150 Jacob Shute 150
150 David Doubleday 1G0
150 J. G. Greener 150
150 Charles Warner, 150
150 John Snider. 150
150 A.Jttilier k...150
150 Louis Loeb 150
100 J. Singer 150
VKG STABLE STALLS,
J. Hamilton 380 Mrs. WAHeffernan- 240
Henry Driver 225 J. W. Beek-. 180
I- C. Lishey 330 E. D. Larseur 200
P. W. McGarry 340 R.iWoodfin 205
Geo. Scruggs 240 J. F. Parr 190
215 Hurler Co 200
J. M. Frith
Ji E. Watson
C. Hi Cowardcn
-.. 271 J.J.Taylor 230
230 W. C. Blakeman 275
230 D. Oilman 300
275 B. Bcrecn 80
150 E. It. 'ttson.U.f. 80
90 II. C. Edmondson- 125
157 B. T. Conns 123
250 C. Hood . 200
j.d. Acaaie... ,
J. S. Smith
J. W. Patten
160 J. W. Minton 1
170 A. A. Woodliff. 180
170 A. V. S. Lindscy 100
210 R. M. Stewart 210
. 220 A. Oregoro 235
. 270 II. Vaughn 290
. 200 W.R. Lucas 300
.Mr. Trewitt ..
J. Jr. Thompson....
T. D. Flippin:.
......... eu .Aim ' alter,.- iir-
'-. 2S0 S. O. Bradley 225
u. iv . uaii...
JlcoU h Esell 210 ley 200
uoanelp ltrannan. 210 J. 11. Mcmreo.:
John Brannon 255. ker. 205
Jlaniinri llsnrv..' IBS Mr. Kiihunlij i 91.1
. m. uaridge 100 Dr. Uarsti.
Br. Harris 150 J. A. Rumekoff 160
Jordan I erguson . 190 S. Zncarello 170
il. V. ilaker. . 200 A. Williamson
Fred. Smith.. 125 Beech 175
Mary Lewis . 125 E. S.Carter. 160
C.Byman .. 200 D.McVaise- ....$100
-.85 Storeey & Clark,
Henry Olays ....$300
From tbe above figures, it will be observed that
'the revenue of the Market House is considerable.
The rent from butcher's stalls is $5,451, and tho
vegetable stalls' were bid offat tho enormous sum
of $13,635. Add to this a coffee stand at $300, and
me nsn iiaiis at imo, mo total amount loots up
$30,091. Besides, there were several coffee stands
not put up at auction, and two grocery rtands a
the North end.
Thomas McCarty, Esq, Clerk of the Market
House, will receive tbe bonds of stall rents, at his
office. No. 31J-J Cedar street, at any time during
business hilars, between this day and Saturday,
T. G. WALKER, Afrcnt, for IVboclcr fc
Wilson's SEWING MACHINES, h'as just re
ceived his sixth shipment, within threo months,
Jfoiv if you wish to present our wives anddaugh-
ters, or friends, a New Xear.s Gift, worth mord to
them incomparably than any other kind of pres
ent, call and examine the handsomest stock of
those machines over brought to this market; and
remember that this machine is the simplest and
most perfect of all machines; takes the beststitch
made, and surpasses all others in speed. Call at
Wheeler t Wilson's office, Masonic Temple,
same door with Dorman & Fcnton. dcc2& 1 w
NisnriLLE, Tennessee, December 25, 1865,
All applicants for position upon the NIGHT
POLICE or' tho ensuing k twelve -months, arc re
quested to leave their names at tho Mayor's Office
prior to tho FOURTH OF JANUARY NEXT,
giving their residence and references.
None but those of unquestioned morality and
good standing need apply.
R. B. CHEATHAM. "I
J. T. YARBROUGH, ) Police Committee
A. D. CREIGHTON, J
W. Matt Brown, Mayor.
CALLaiRcnson's Music Store, 34 Union street, if
you want a. cheap' Alburn Writing JOcsk; Tort
Folio, or anything in tho shape of a Christmas
present, as we are selling at cost to close out.
The Rev. Edward A. Wilson's Prepared Pro
scription for the cure of Consumption, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Coughs( Colds; and all Throat, and
LunglAffectlons, has now been in uso over ten
years with tho most marked success.
Tho Remedy, prepared under Mr. Wilson's per
sonal supervision, also a pamphlet containing tbe
original Prescription, with full and explicit direc
tions for preparation and use, together with a
short history 'of his case, may bo obtained of
G. W. ILEXnEIWIIOTT CO.,
Corner Cedar street
Sole Agents for Tennessee. '
Or REV. EDWARD A. WILSON.
, - IG5 South Eocond Street,
B3Prico of Remedy, $3,00 per package. Pam
phlets furnished frco of charge.
Lokk JiCtlll A large lot of this SUPERIOR
SMOKING IORACCO. For salo at
A rxxx lot ef PURE SPICES, suited for Chris-
mas times. Fer sale at
FOSTBS B BOTH IKS.
declS-Hf ' . .
For Attorney General.
We are authorized to announce SamublDoxel-
sox, Fsq., or .Nashville, as a canuidato Tor Attor
ney General, for tho District composed of tho
counties of JVilliamson, Sumner .and Davidson,
at the ensuing election. jaa 00 ta
For Circuit Const Clerk.
Havijts been solicted by a large number of old
friends. Will. I- Foster has consented to an
nounce his name as a candidate for Circuit Court
Clerk of Davidson county, at tbe ensuing March
We are authorised to announce the name of
Duvlti C XjOXc as a candidate for re-election to
the office ef Circuit CourtCIcrk' of Davidson
eounty. at the ensuing 'March election.
For County Conrt Clerk.
IJndaley Xlchol is a candidate for re
election (second term,) to tho office of Clerk of
the County Court of Davidson County, at tho
ensuing March election. dccl'dtd
We are 'authorised" to announce the namjo c
TVm. S. Cheatham as a candidate for the office
of County Court Clerk of Davidron county, at tho
ensuing March Eliielion,
We are authorixed to announce W. O. Eivtn
as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Davidson
county, at the ensuing March election, ded-te.
We 3 re authorised to announce Tliomiv C
Crunk as a candidate for County Court Clerk at
the ensuing election.
Wit axe authorised to announce tVrlley W.
Philips aacandidato for County Court Clerk,
at the ensuing election, ' 1 dec-te
Wi are authorised to announce W. C SIoll as
a candidate for County Court Clerk, at the ensuing-election.
For Criminal Court Clerk,
i We aro authorised to announce Chsirlca JEU
Dljrgons as a candidate for Criminal Court Clerk
of Davidson tounty at tho ensuing March elec
For Coranty Trustee.
. : . - .'
We are authorised to announce Phlncaa Gar
rett as a eaadidate for County Trustee at tbe en
suing March election. dec-te.
We are authorised to announce Thomas
Shntey of tho Fourteenth Civil District, as,, p.
Candidate for jCously Trusts of Davidson, County
at'the ensuing March eloatioxC
We are authorised to announce T. TV. Ballew
is a candidate for County Trustee of Davidson
county at the'ensulng March tleciion.
We are authorised to announce Captain John
Wilton, as a candidate for re-election to tho of
fice of County Trustee at the ensuing March elec
tion.,. 1 1 . - k ' -
A I. .. a u.
Wk are authorised to announce A. G. Ilafc-cy,
as a candidate .for Sheriff cf Davidson county at
thri ensuing March election.
We are authorised to announce Robert F.
Cattlf, a candidate for Sheriff of Dandsn
tounty at the next March elcctfea. ' 'd'ed-te. '
Wo are authorised to .announce JSoelHko
Branch as'a candidate for Sheriff cf Davidson
county at the ensuing March election, deci-te.
We are authorised to announce W. C. Shaw,
a a candidate fer Sheriff, of Davidson -county, at
the ensuing March election. deci-te.
Ws are authorised to announce Wstu Wilson
as a candidate for Sheriff, at th'etaiinar election
What's in a NaueT Not ranch, perhaps, gen
erally, but- sometimes it may be considerable.
"Heidsieck" may not be genuine; " H. Piper k
Co- SuecossoBltoHeidsieek," by possibility might
prove a deception, but when. In addition to all
that, it has in rood German text the names of
" Renauld Francois," .then yon may know that
the wine in tnat bottle Is champagne, of the finest
We arc led lo this strain of thought by smelling
"Merely this and nothingmore" of acouple of
bottlcalefton onr table, by ilr. Marcus A. 03ri-
cn, of tbo Stacey House.
While we nodded, nearly napping,
Suddenly there came a tapping
As of somo ono gently rapping,
Rapping at th' editorial door.
" lis some visitor," we muttered
" Tapping at th' editorial dooi
Only this and nothing more."
" Soon again we heard a tapping,
, Something louder than before."
Wo concluded to explore "the mystery" and
'therefore said " come," and he came.
"A slight obeisance made ho
And a minute stopped and stayed he,
O'B. with mien of lord or lady
Stood within th' editorial door.
Friend, we cried, Stacey hath sent thee.
By those bottles, he hath sent thee.
A few ohcr words wero spoken then followed
a pop and a p-h-i-z. Something was said about
:Stacey House, and 'a sai nted maidea,' within "the
distant Aidenn," called Lenore, and our reply
was that we didn't know her by that name, but if
she was any relation to tho Piper Heidsick fam
ily, we knew her intimatelv, and again wo fell to
" Just as before
Only something more." ,
ssiabiiau-,a lew Gentlemen can pro
cure good Boarding on High, a few doors South
of Church street, by .applying at' the Union and
American counting-room. dec31-lt
Monetary and Commercial.
OrricE or the Ukion akd, Auebicax,
Monday Jan. 1, P. M., 1506. J
Mosetart. On Thursday, Dec. 28th, P. Mthe
market for money in New Vork was fairly down
to six ft cent., on demand loan, as tho 'rule of the
street, to the Stock-Exchange borrowers. The
Banks appear to have amply provided for their
First of January quarterly statements and divi
dends, and are now freo lenders, in common with
the private banking establishments, whose balan
ces have been largo for a week or two past. The
Bank return of Monday last showed a. Specie and
Legal-Tender strength of $69,915,557. to a lino of
Deposits and Circulation of $200,651, which is
nearly twenty millions over the average of 25 9
cent, required for their First of January Quarter
ly Statements to the Government at Washington.
Tho Country Bank balances also continue to move
In favor of New York, and as both Gold and Ex
change arc working satisfactorily, and tho Cotton
news by last night's steamer is encouraging for
heavy exports in January, the prospect may be
esteemed good for a buoyant opening of the New
Year. Money is reported dearer in- Europe, but
this being qualified by an advance of decided im
portance in Cotton in Liverpool, the financial
feeling hero has improved upon the general ad
vices per City of Wathington. Three days later
news is looked for by tho Auttralaiian, to Sunday,
Dec. 17, befuro which dato the China from Boston,
Dec. 6, with the President's Message, should have
Tho price of Gold 115145K cent. The specu
lation in the Gold Room is dull, and the transac
tions of the day not important in amount Tho
last New Orleans steamers brought forward a
liberal supply of Bills on England, including Bank
signatures, which wero dono at 109109)4 V cent.
Standard drawers are still quoted atl09 ? ct,
Of the 1st January Gold Interest to bo paid out,
we estimate that less than one-sixth of the $9,750,
000 due, will bo drawn for European account, say
Five per cent ofl874 4350.000
un old six per cents . 400,000
On six Der cents of 18S1 600.000
On five per cents of 1781..... 50,000
Together, say- - $1,400,000
Tho Stock Exchange is advancing on Govern
mcnt Securities, and the large Wall street dealers
find a free demand for 5-20a and 7-30s, at their
counter, by way of reinvestment of the New Year
Dividends on Bank Stocks, Government Stock,
etc, etc -The old 5-20s of 1862were stronger on a
somewhat lower quotation from the other side.
In this city there is but little doing in uncurrcnt
money, and we have no alteration in rates to re
port. Bank of Tcnncssco is bought at 35 cents and
sold at 40.
Union Bank is in demand at 60 cents, while tho
Planters' Bank is rather dull at 555G cents buy
ing, and 5758 selling.
Southern money is unchanged and very dull.
There is no demand for it, while there are con
siderable lots for sale.
Corros. The offerings to-day have been small
Sales 4243. Nothing from New York.
Mc Alistcrjrccci ved 40 bales and shipped 60 bales,
Groceries. Owing to the breaks in tho rail
roads South of this point, and the difficulty ex
perienced in shipping, groceries .have been ex
ceeding dull for the past few days. Prices have.
consequently, ruled very wctk, though nominally
We continue to report our former quotations as
Flodr Superfine, 8 509 00: extra, &310:
Family, 10 50U 00; Fancy, from selected white
wheat 12 50313 00.
St. Louis Markets.
St. Lcuis, Dec. 29. 1 P. M,
Flour. Tho market remains auict. with sales
VI ow uuia ruci u 11 iiiiaiu ivi iu, , uui, lull
extra at $7 60 ; 75 bbls extra $7 6012 50; and 200
bbls double extra at Cairo at $9 V bbl. Also, SO
rurMi l.ui.. . . . . 'V. lli.
bbls No.l ilye at o v bbl.
demand, and nothing is doing in
Coax. Market heavv and rather easier to-dar.
with sales of 70 sacks mixed at 70c: 5,000 bushels
mixed and yellow ,
to arrive by 15th January, at
70c ; 234 sacks 1
wlnto in two lots at VDc. and lou do
at vie f busnei in new sacKs.
Pnnr. Market firmer, with more Inonirr. and
sales of 200 bbls mess, to arrive, at $23, and 40 do
at Cairo at 330 B bbl.
Lard. Wc note an advance, and a sale of 120
tcs choice leaf at 19c W lb.
W1118KRT. The market is firmer, with sales of
ill buis, in lots, ai?z ai, anuou bbis nign proot,
on nrivato terms.
DtiiTKB. Sales 31 half-barrels dairy rolls at 37
wmc: y nbis do at aoc; oxs country store do at
3lo : IS tubs dairy at 35c V lb.
Hides. Steady at ltjc for flint
1'oultbt and Gamk. Is in rood demand, with
sales of several lots of all kinds, including dressed
Turkeys at 2122J4c H lb; dressed Chickens and
Ducks at $5 V dozen ; choice fat dressed Geeso at
(leach; Prairie Chick
ens at 5: Quails at J3
Rabbits at 2530c, and Squirrels at 15c
Hoos. Tho sunnl? continues uneaal to the de
mand., and prices aro stifier. with sales to packers
since our last of 1.500 tol,700 head at prices rang
ingfmm $9 409 50 to $9 GO gross for heavy aver
ages, and a small lot of 31 head extra choice at $9
The arrivals at this port yesterday were as fol
lows: IMPERIAL from St. Louis.
NEWSBQY from Burksvillo.
R0WENA from Cincinnati. ,' . , ' . .
The only vessel departing was tho A. BAKER.
A dispatch received yesterday stated that tho
Tvrone would bo in this morning.
From our exchanges of yesterday we obtain the
following additional particulars :
The America was announced to leave Pitts
burg, on Saturday, for Nashville.
Tbe tide at Pittsburg" was a little over thirteen
feet Saturday, though falling, with the departuro
on Friday of fifteen pair of floating boats laden
with coal for the South.
On Saturday a large amount of coal was started
out from Pittsburg, the last of the run, which has
been tho heaviest shipment of coal from that quar
ter in a longtime.
The great bulk of coal roncived here on the
present, or rather two last suns, has been sent
South, with sales Saturday of over 300,000 bushels
at 26c, in flatboats, the boats included, and sales
at 19c afloat, exclusive of boats.
Tho Rowena came in from Cincinnati yesterday-,
in chanre of Captain Sam Hildrcth, lato of
the Emma Floyd. He left thi latter at Cincin
nati!, and has taken charge of the Rowena to run
her regularly in tho Nashville' trade.
The swift-winced Mercury, one of the" regular
Louisville and Nashville packets, came in from
Nashville early yesterday, with a fine freight of
cotton, including a large assignment for Cincin
natli, which was rcshipped on the People's Lino
packet Wild Wagoner. Louinille Courier.
The Emmn Floyd arrived at Cincinnati De
Tbe Leni Lcoti came in from Nashville yester
day with a good load of freight for this port, and
will leave for Pittsburg this evening at i o'clock,
in command of the excellent J. T. Campbell,
where she will load for return triD to Nashville.
Jolinaonvllle, Cairo and St. sVnla
Daily Xinp ;of Packets.
RUNNING IN CONNECTION Wmi TOE
Nasville and Northwestern, Nashville and
Chattanooga, and Tennessee and Alabama Rail
A FIRST CLASS PASSHXGEK STEAMER
Leaves Johnsonville for Sf Tjintt Tairn. and
Paducah every day en tbe arrival of the cars,
eonncccing at Paducah with tho Cincinnati Pack
ets, at Cairo with the Illinois Central Railroad :
the Memphis Packet Company, and Atlantic and
Mississip Steamship Company and at St. Louis
with all the Railroads and Upper Mississippi
Office eerier of Chsrch and Rammer
Streets, oppoalto SU ClotaU Hotel.
For Cairo and St. fcouis.
THE STEAMER IMPERIAL will leave Ibis
port as above oa TUESDAY, January 2d. 1S&3.
at 10 a.m.
t or freight or passage apply on board, or to
. - o WM.BOYD, Agent,
dcc31-2t Corner Broad aad Front streets. -
LITEST BY TELEGRAPH.
No telegraphic reports were received'lasi
It having been stated that Emerson Ethe
ridge is at Washington, laboring to defeat
the admission of the Tennessee members,
the editor of the New York World states, in
his paper,, that he has seen a letter from Mr.
Etficridgc, containing a flat denial of the im
putation, and expressing his entire indorse
ment of the President's reconstruction policy.
Court Martial Proceedings. Io the Court
Martial, of which Lent. B. F. Cook, 12th U. S.
C. I is President, action was taken as follows :
Phillip Dooly, 16th U. S. L, for conduct preju
dicial to good order and military discipline, was
sentenced to forfeit $10 pay, and do five days' po
lice duty in tho camp of bis regiment.
Patrick II. Tobin, 16th U. S. I (same charge),
Ww. Harrison, 16th U. S. I., for drunkenness on
dutj-, was sentenced to thirty days' police duty,
with ball and chain.
Joseph Thompson, 17th U. S. C. I., for attempt
ing to cause mutiny, was sentenced to bo confined
at hard labor for balance of term (of enlistment,
and then to be dishonorably discharged.
Thomas Hicks, 17th U. S, ;C. I., (same charge)
was sentenced to be kept in solitary confinement
in the Tennessee Penitentiary for balance of term
of enlistment, (42 days,) on bread and water only
not exceeding 14 days at one time.
Corporal Chas. Hastings, 16th U. S. C. I., for
absence without leave, was to bo reduced to tbe
ranks, and forfeit $16 pay. Tbe forfeiture of pay
was remitted by the commanding general.
Fred. Holt, 16th U. S. C. I., (same charge,) was
sentenced to forfeit one months' pay.
Joseph Marks, 16th U. S. C. I., for sleeping on
his post, was sentenced to forfeit $10 of his pay for
two months, and do ten Jdays' polica duty In the
camp of his regiment r
Corporal Andrew Horshan, 15th U. S. C. I., for
desertion, was sentenced to bs riHiiirnH tn h
Tanks, and forfeit four months' pay.
jonn o. uook, i&tn u. s. 1., lor absence without
leave, was sentenced to forfeit $10 for two months.
Wm. Hall.l2th U.S.C. I., for steal in 4:210 from
a soldier of tho regiment, imprisonment in peni
tentiary for three years.
D. Oallaher, 12th Ohio Cavalry, violation of 9th
article of war, forfeiture of all pay and allowance
now due. and to be diahonnrahlv riiphnrt.H th
service, and then confined one year in the peni-
Attack of Xcgro Soldiers upon two I'o-
llcemcn Death f Officer 2f cFaddcn.
The greatest consternation Prevailed in
the city last night, on account Sf the killing
of Officer Thomas J. McFadden, of the city
police, by a negro soldier. Aa near as we
conld gather them, the facts are these : Be
tween nine and ten o'clock. Officers McFad
den, Spaulding, and another, while patrol
ing their beat on Water street, between Third
and Fourth, heard two or three shobj fired
In what is known as O'Neil'g alley. The
officers advanced into the allev to ascertain
the cause of the firing, which they found to
have proceeded from a disreputable negro
den about half way un the allev. Thev
starred into the, house and were met by a
party of negroes, armed and unarmed, who
resisted their approach. A general scuffle
and shooting ensued between the officers and
negroes, during which Thomas J. McFadden
was shot through the head with a Spencer
rifle ball and instantly killed. Mr. Spaul
ding received several contusions upon the
head and body, but was not seriously hurt:
The negro soldier who shot Officer McFad
den was arrested shortly afterwards by Offi
cer Slater. His name is John Berdet, and
he has been stationed as a guard at the Gov
ernment buildings on Second street between
Main and the river. There were several
other guards with the murderer. They left
thexr posts and visited the negro house of ill
fame early in the night, and were no doubt
drunk at the time of the melee.
The report of Mr. McFadden'a death
spread over the city like wildfire, and the
w.i: r r .1 ' j.
I'yjuw iuii.c ui mc laiy were inccnaea 10 an
alarming degree. For a while a disastrous
riot seemed" inevitable, but luckily the ex
citement subsided before any of the neeroes
wero caught. Almost the entire police force
rallied to the neighborhood of the murder,
and up to twelve o'clock they had made ten
arrests, all negroes, seven men and three
women. With the exception of the neirro
soldierj Berdet, the parties arrested were
those living in the house where McFadden
was killed. General Palmer promptly de
tailed extra guards from the 2d United States
infantry to aid the police in patroling the
city and apprehending the negro soldiers.
Wc could not learn whether the guards had
captured any of the negro soldiers or not,
but it is probable that all of them will be
caught. This diabolical case demands im
mediate action, and we trust there will be no
useless ceremony in bringing tho guilty to
justice. The body of Officer McFadden was
removed to tho police office by his fellow-
officers, and the Coroner summoned to hold
an inquest.. We will furnish all additional
particulars to-morrow. Louisville Journal.
The Shcnandoah-A tetter from One of
The Shenandoah is expected soon to ar
rive in New York. The following letter (a
private one) is from an officer of that vessel.
It is dated from France, November 21, 1865.
It will speak for itself without explanation :
"My Dear Cousin As you have, no
doubt, seen by the newspapers long ere this,
we arrived at Liverpool, England, on the
Cth of this month, all well. I could write
page after page upon our cruise, but I feel
that by so doing I might tire you, po that I
will only make a brief statement in con
nection thereto before proceeding further.
While in the Arctic making our captures,
we learned from the prisoners and the few
papers they would give us, that Mr. Lin
coln had been assassinated ; that Bich
mond had been captured after being evacu
ated : that General Lee with a small nortion
of his army had surrendered, while the lar
ger portion, some forty thousand men, had
reinforced General Johnston at Greens
boro; in North Carolina, and that President
Davis, with his Cabinet, had reached Mont
gomery, and there established himself, so
that wc Concluded that although the South
had sustained graat reverses, we might still
look with hope to the armies of Generals
Johnston, Beauregard, Hood, Kirby Smith
and Magruder. We finished our work there
on the 28th of June, with no further infor
mation except the opinions of some of our
prisoners, based alone on hope that the war
was over. We leit tne' Arctic on tne zytn
of June, and Behring sea on the 1st of July.
Wc shaped onr course to intercept vessels
from San Francisco to China and Japan,
but saw no sail until the 2nd of-August,
when in latitude 14 degrees north, wc saw a
vessel which we took to be a Yankee, and
gave chase. We came up with her; she
proved to be the English bark B&racouta,
fourteen days from San Francisco, bound to
Liverpool. The captain gave us the sad and
heartbreaking intelliganco that our cause
was lost, our country overrun, and our peo
ple subjugated. By comparing dates we
found that somo depredations were com
mitted after the war had ceased, and at once
saw and appreciated our position.
Jb ull well did we know that our enemies
would call us pirates, and were convinced
that plenty of men could be found who
would perjure themselves to convict us if
wc fell into their hands. The captain knew
also that the world at large would consider
us sruilty. At once we stuck bur cuns.
pistols and muskets into the hold, thereby
disarming our vessel, and a general noti
fication to all on board was given that all
depredations would cease. We shaped our
course for (Jape Horn, and then for Liverpool.
We arrived there on the 7th of November,
and surrendered our" vessel, arms, ammuni
tion, all captured money, instruments and arti
cles to the captain of the English line-of-battlo
ship Donegal, which was lying in the harbor.
We were detained oa board until a plain
statement was made to the English Govern
ment, when after a Cabinet meeting, we were
unconditionally released and taken on shore.
By coming into a port of one of the strongest
Governments in the world and pursuing the
course we did, layintr ourselves liable, and
being perfectly willing to undergo any trial
before any criminal court in that country, I
should think that the most partial minds
would be convinced that we were innocent
of the vile charges brought against us. Still
some of the English papers are most abu
sive, and persist in calling us pirates; but
we simply want our friends to know that we
have done our duty like men and have lost
no honor. I know very Tell that the Yan
kees will continue to call us pirates, and, if
we were to Ull into their bands, would treat
us as such. I would not be at all surprised
if they were sufficiently mad to demand
qjir persons, disregarding entirely the law
by which, if piracy was the charge against
U-, as enemies of mankind, wc would he
tried in England.
I have no faith in England, and I believe
that even in this extreme case, if the two al-
, . ; .... - rr .1
r icniauvcs war or rcnaiuon were onercu,
Honor would be sacrificed and we would be
rearrested and given up. Under these cir
cumstances I will remain hero until the
whole thbg is settled.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c
0. B. BAILEY.
C. X. OBDWAT.
T. E. 8AMM.E.
J. V. CAS3AT.
BAILEY, ORDWAT & CO.,
COXMIN.NIOX ASD FORWARDING
iVO. 7 BRO AI STREET,
( year the River, )
XASITVIIXE, : : : t TENNESSEE.
D ESPECTFULLT BEQ TO ANNOUNCE TO
JLti the Trade that they aro now receiving and
will have in store one of the largest and most com
plete lots of Groceries offered in this market for
somo years past. Abe Uoods were bought by one
of our firm in person in Baltimore and New York,
and were selected specially for this market. The
ioiiowmg comprise, a part or tne stocK:
300 sacks Baltimore Eio Coffee;
40 hogsheads Brown Sugar;
100 barrels A Coffee Sugar;
50 barrels B Coffee Sugar;
60 barrels C Coffee Sugar;
60 barrels Crushed Sugar;
50 barrels' Powdered Sugar;
50 Granulated Sugar;
500 barrels Flour, of all grados;
1000 sacks Bran;
' 2000 barrels Salt;
20 barrels Molasses;
10 barrels Yinegai-
25 barrels Robertson County Whisky;
25 barrels Bourbon Whisky;
fi barrels Holland Gin; "
4 casks of Brandy;
100 barrels and half barrels Mackerel;
100 kits Mackerel;
100 boxes Cheese;
50 boxes, J and boxes Kaisihs;
15 barrels Almonds;
15 barrels Filberts;
250 drums Figs;
50 cases assorted Pickles, quart and pint;
100 cases Oysters;
25 cases Sardines;
200 boxes, J and boxes Candles;
100 bxs various brands Soap, plain andfancv;
50 boxes assorted Candles;
10 boxes Brandy Cherries;
200 kegs Nails, assorted;
50 dozen Painted Buckets;
20 dozen Tubs in Nests;
15 casks Soda;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grades;
20 cases Smoking Tobacco;
50 dozen Brooms;
25 dozen Washboards;
600,000 G. D. Caps;
100 bags Shot;
30 kegs Powder;
25 bags Pepper;
25 bags Spice:
75 boxes Indigo;
11 casks Madder; -100
25 boxes Starch;
BAGGING, ROPE AND THTXE.
"This stock is offered to the Trade only, at small
profits. We are determined to sell as cheap as tho
same articles can bo had for in Louisville or Cin
Having amplo storage room, we invite consign
ments of Cotton and all kinds of Produce. We
will take in exchange
DRIED APPLES AJTD PEACHES,
GINSENG AND TVOOE,
And will allow tho highest market prices. .
ClaaMlcnl, Mntbenmtlcal and English
School.- Tho Exercises of my School will be
resumed on MONDAY. THE FIRST OP JANU
ARY, 18GG, in tho Rooms in the Southeast corner
of the First Presbyterian Church. Entrance
from Spring street. Additional Pupils can be
received. Nath. Cboss.
Educate Your Children.
The Seminary for Tonne; ladles'
In the large and elegant Kirkman Building, cor
ner of Summer and Cedar streets, offers very
superior advantages, as a Boarding and Say
True Scholarship, Order, Moral and Social
Culture, are the leading ideas in this Institution.
In addition to the regular English coune,Musie,
and the French classes, there are now more pupils
in Latin in this School, it is believed, than in any
ever conducted in this city.
Tho Next Skssiox will oDen on MONDAY.
January 29. Pupils majenter on the first of
January, however, and be better prepared for ths.
ensuing session. W. E. WAKD,
P. O. BOX 410. Principal.
Xanler Female Academy.
THE NEXT SESSION WILL COMMENCE
Monday, Jaiinnrjr 39, 1800.
Pupils who enter the first week in January will
pc cnarged lor six, instead 01 nve montns.
I have.perhaps, the most able Faculty of Teaoh
ers I have ever had: and am prepared both in th
DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL to meet all
demands of my friends, for at least the next six
months in these buildings.
C. D. ELLIOTT.
Academy of Dancing,
COR. CHURCH AAD VINE STREETS.
ill fasiiionahzj: daxces;
CLASSES VEET AS FOLLOWS;
MASTER. MISSES AND LADIES CLASS,
every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon.
Gents' Class, Wednesday and Saturday evening
at i4 o clock.
P. S. This class is exclusively for new beginners
Tsbhs Ten Dollars, fer the Session, in advance
neniint? titj i rr 1
POST Office Box 278.
EIRST-A TRACT OF LAND, CONTAINING
217 acres, in the Seventh District. Davidson
county, about 8 miles from Nashville. Only a
part 01 tne tract win do sola 11 desired.
Second A tract of land containing 62 acres. In
District No. 13, about 2lA miles from the city, on
the Cumberland river. On the place is a fine 1
young apple orchard.
, IDiruA uuuag ,uu iul uu nufia ouiusicr pw,
being second door north of Gay street, and 35 by
123 feet, Tbe House nai lour or nve rooms in it,
Fourth An unimnroved lot adioininr the last
mentioned lot, on the north side, fronting on Sam- I
mer street, 40$ f et by iai lect deep.
Fifth A lot on the north side of Gay street,
mrtl nf fiomnur street. CO b v 13) feet.
Sixth An unimproved lot on Crawford street
south side, between Summer and High streets. So
Seventh A lot on lower Water street uioin-
ing Flynn'a lot oa the north ride, and being 23 by
Eighth Three lots in Wetmore's Addition to ;
dgefield, adjotnisg tne soutn side 01 no tit. stew
art's Drobertr. and being each SO by ISO feet.
Ninth A lot in Preston Hays Addition to
Nashville, on the north tide of the N. k. C. Rail
road, and being 84 by 135 feet.
Tenth A lot about 200 feet west of the Nash
ville and Franklin Turnpike road, on the road or
street running wntwardly, and dividing tbe old
Lunatic Asylum from tne property known as tne
jf pply to T. B. CniLDRESS,
At his law office. No. 31 North College street.
near Union, ovcroecona rtauonai liiat.
TWO OFFICES OX CHERRY STREET,
near Deaderiek, now used as Saloons.
DWELLING on Spruce near
TWO SLEEPING ROOMS
Church street, on the first floor-
on Vine, near
HOUSES on College, near
A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE in West Nash
ville, near Church stret,now occupied by our Mr.
Callender. Apply to
CALLENDKR k GARRETT.
GROCERIES, PRODUCE &a
WEASLY & YARBROUGH
G R O E RS,
NO. S NORTH COLLEGE STREET.
3C0 bbls. Extra Family Flour;
450 bbls Superfine Flour;
SO bbls A Coffee Sugar;
75 bbls B and C do.
50 bbls Yellew C do.
25 hhds New Orleans Sugar;
125 bbls Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
75 sacks prime Rio Coffee;
25 sacks Lagnira Coffee: .
sua boxes Proctor x uambel s Soap; .,
125 boxes various brands German "Seap;
50 boxes Fancy, Shaving and Toilet Soap;
127 doren Fancy Buckets;
100O boxes Cigars, fine brands;
50 dozen Bed Cords;
20 barrels Butler's Blacking;
iuuu t lour backs;
SO boxes Candy;
47 eases Baltimore Oysters;
250 packages Star Candles,
175 packages Stearin do;
25 boxes John Dmght Soda;
40 casks Soda;
T5 bbls Syrup;
iO boxes Pepper;
25 boxes Spice;
60 boxes Indigo:
3D boxes Mustard; - ' , A
5 boxer Fin Tobacco;
30 Caddies ,- do; '
C8 deccn Bremi ; 15 doxen Washboards; -4
10 bbls fine Bourhea Whisky;
25 bbls Robertson County Whisky;
30 bbls Tennessee WhiteWhisky
BRANDY. RUM, GIN AND WINES; of -rariou
X. A. ALLISOI. ALSX. ALLISOX. JAS. T. KIBXXAX.
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND GENERAL
COTTOX AND TOBACCO FACTORS
AXD DIALIKS IX
Prcdace, Grain, Groceries
ETC., ETC., ETC.
NOS. 23, 31,. J3 SOUTH MARKET STREET
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. .
"WE AVB TUB LARGEST AND MO
T 1 eommodious Warehouse in the city, and
BUT, SEIX, OR STORE
COTTON, TOBACCO. PRODUCE, GRAIN
GROCERIES, AND MERCHANDISB
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
Consignments solicited from all sections of th
ceuntry, upon whien LIBERAL ADVANCES
will be made.
Prompt and strict attention given to all busi
ness entrusted to us dec lm
JAMES It. GREENE & CO.,
Successors to Smyth A Greane,)
GENERAL COMMISSION Jc FORWARDING
AXD WnOLZSALX DIALXXS
Groceries and Provisions
LIQUORS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
ALSO, AOHXTS 70S TBI SALX Or
Rectified, Bourbon, and Roberts xs
NO. 13 SOUTH MARKET STRKBT,
H. T. If ASSX50AI.E.
B. St. SXIDXX.
MASSENGALE & SNYDER,
Rtorasre, Fortvardlng; & Gestural
NO. I SOUTH MARKET STREET.
the buying and sailing of
AND rilODUCB GEHERAIXT.
Conslgamtats Respectfully SsUolted.
Alz. Fall. Nashville, Tenn..
Hillman Brothsrs, Nashville, Tesn.
It, T. Klrkpatrick. Nashville, Tenn.
James Nichol, Nashville, Tenn.
D. II. Baldwin k Co., Nw York.
Andriw Buchanan k Co., Louisville, sty.
Wattrhous. Pearl k Co., Bankers, N. X.
II. Daniel k Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Hanks k Porter. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ourthrie k Co Louisville.
Orme ATarrar, Atlanta, Oa.
P. P. Pease. Maton. Ga. decl-wSo.
JAMES E. GREENE & CO.,
(Sanessors to Smyth k Greene.)
GENERAL COMMISSION k FORWARDING
AX9 WXOLE3ALB BIALEBS II
Groceries and Provisions, j
LIQUORS TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
ALSC, AGISTS res TBI BALI F
Rctlzled, RarbeB, aad Robertson
NO. 13 ISOUTH MARKET STREET.
AECSEaCHEATBAX. O. W. PASDEX. 0. S. IIXX IT.
ARCIIEIl CIIE.1THA3C &. CO.,
GE00EES AND COMMISSION
And Importers of
Brandies, Wines and Liquors,
And Dealers in
Tebacce, IlKTaRRa Clears, etc.,
NO. COXXBGE STREET,
dee-lBi SASHYILL2, TKNN.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c
x. a. sxoirsKjr.
StfOWDEN & . EIVAy
Wines, Brandies & Cigars,
AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
Tennessee and Kentucky Whisky,
NO. 54 BEAVER STREET.
WE RESPECTFUELSsj INVITE TOUR
attention to our card abot'e.and solicit or--
ders and consignments from oar friends through
out tne ioutn. .
Oar faculties for th purchase of
GROCERIES, DRUGS AND MERCHANDISE
is. the Narthrrn Markets see sueh that we are
confident of giving satisfaction to all who entrust
their business to our care.
We are nrenared to make advances upon eon-
sigcmenu i wotton, Aooacco, itnissy, ie.
.v SNOWDEN RIVA.
Cummlngs,Dunn t Co., New York.
Waterhouse, Pearl 3c Co.. New York.
Goodrich A Co., New Orleans.
Jos. R. Anderson. Richmond.
St. John Powers i Cc-i Mobile.
Brigham, Baldwin & Co., Savannah.
A. Jfaullatn, Augusta.
James T. Pace, Augusta.
Bulter .t Peters, Atlanta.
Cox Jc Hill, Atlanta.
W. E. Moore Co- Memnhis.
Jno. Overton, and all the old citiiens ef Nash
ville, xtnn. uect-lra
And dealor In
Wines, Liquors, .Foreign Fruits?
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, tc, C.,.
XO. 21 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
Agent for the best brands of English and Seoteh.
Ales and Porter, and Gltnforth'i
SCOTCH MALT WHISKY. de4
t. a. TLVnnxtt, Agent, &.,
u. s. rtoiiixa a co.
C L. fCLLII,
O. L. FULLER & CO.,
STAPLB AND FANCY GROCERIES,
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERIES,
FINE WINES. ALE AND LIQUORS,
FAMILY SUPPLIES GENERALLY.
MASONIC TEMPLE, CnURCH STREET
Between Summer & Cherry Streets,
RAM17EI, A. MEDARY" of Columbus. Ohio.
and THOS. E. BURKE, of Nashville, have this
Hr entered Into a ronartnershio under the till
and for tonduetlng the business as given and de
scribed in tne following card.
Nasbville, Tenn.. Dec. itt, iso.
. A. KIDAST.
THOS. X. BE 81
MEDAEY & BUltXE,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
General Commission Merchants,
AXD MALES IX
Johasoa'a Old atasad,
mn EAST C9B31B Of BF.919 ASD E1EKE1 SIS,
Goods received a Commission, and liberal ad-
A. a. srixaia.
1. 1. SPENCER & CO.,
CORNER OF CHURCH AXD COLLEGE
COTTO.V, IIJLY AXD OKAD',
8EED3. FLOUR, WIIISKT,
Produce and Previsions.
Prompt atUntiaa given to Roeelrlag, Forward
wi btonsg and
BELLING QOODS OK COMMISSION.
Cajiga9iit( and orders solicited.
IT pay '
TUB HlflHEST MARKET PRICK
tot CotUs. Saeea aad Cosatry Prod ace.
A. A. SPF.NCKR k Co.,
BaeT!F. rorwardias' and CeamlsMasi Mcx
fcaats, Ns. S. Cksreh Street, btwa Market
aad srrB(. a set
THE TRAVELERS JXiWS&SCR CO;
' OP HAXTJOE.!. ; :
FOR INSURING AGAINST. ACciDHTfejf
Vnr llicCeBerI AccWeBtxtak,'
TXX BOLLAM AX5CAL HZUICX '
- - as -v" - - t . s
jVill secure t Policy, rrssti&c IiuiAco,for
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS,
In the event of death by , -ANT
BESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT,
With Ted Dollars per week CompcraatioH
EOR any Personal InjWy causing total Disability
from business. sothatshouldthePolioy be con
tinued is force for Five Years, any one Accident
dausiBg disability for J7e Week, will reimbuna
th assured for th whola cost of Els Insurance.
TWHxnr-rrVE dolLaes nusrnrx
Will in ilk manner secure a Pob'cy fer ,
Eve Thousand Dollars,
And Tweaty-fiv Dollars per week CokpeaMtioa.
FIFTY DOLLARS PREMIUM 1
Willlnlik manner near a Policy 7bt
TEV- THOUSAND toOWCAKs,
, And Fifty Dollars per week Compeaistlon.,
. rnder tho Travelers Riah,
The annual payment of Ten Dollars will
Policy granting Insurance for- - !
Fipj THOUSAND DOLLAES ,
IgaioH Loss of Life, caused by Accident, to any
.Public Conveyance, andTwenty-fiv Dollar
pejj week Compensation.
PoirIn Jwii.-l f tV i,,.,.r...n.. r-.1.
Five lean. p.p. PECK.
JOSEPH NASH. '
J.gmlt at AcijWa
Dee 4 lm Ins
POLICIES covering risks against fire, sail also
. . by River and Rail Road issued on moi'faroi
able torms. at this uincr hr
X. V. PiiUK.
Agent at Nashville.
Onca temnorartlv at Fnrlu A Rl.nlim, iV
nor of College and Union Streets. ' '
Tho State Insurance Co.,
CAPITAL $2 0 0,000.
EIRE. MARINE, HULL AND INLAND
Transportation Risks taken at equitable rate.
OFFICE, SEC8SB WIIO.W, BASK BUILMG; -:
OSS IS FAIRLY ADJUSTED ASD PBOSPTLT PUD
JOHN LUMSDEN, President.
. W. J. THOMAS. Vice President. ,
JAME3 STEELE. Secretary, .
JOSEPH NASH, General Agent. dee4-lm.
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Capital All Paid la.
THIS COMPANY. ESTABLISHED IN ISM
insures Buildings, Vessels in Port, Merchan
dise, Household Furniture, and other property on
th most liberal terras.
FIRE, MARINE, AND INLAND RISKS TAk'-.
EN, AT LOWEST RATE3.
iAMea Liberal! j-AdJ tested and .Promptly
Paid by till Company.
Premiums paid in Gold will bo entitled td"
returns in (told In caso of loss.
Parties or Firms giving us their Marine Business
will do entitled to preierence in 1 ire roncie
Amp!, Siruritp, Tair Rate,, Prompt Pmm
ALEXANDER FALL. JAMES WOODS,
ant, ainninA.i, it. it. DDnivi.-
WM.T.IIKHKY. C. K. HILliMAN.
M. BURNS. JNO.JU. EWLV:
W. H. EYAftS, SAM.T'BICUITT,
ROBERT THOMPSON; -
ALEX, FALL, PresX R. C. MoNAIRT. 8Vvf
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Mar in.eaiiQ E.i-re
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. fjrjti.1 tlti -mt
Under tho. new bartr, know opstAviBBfaaesiijI
ATi;N0..31 NORTH COLLSGBr .STRKET,4
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NtatdwU orserf Un! serMt. tf ab
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JOSEPK W. ALLEN, PrialHiait.'-a
W. XXTIXER, Br ilia r jr.
Join M. Mill. Watsoa M. Cooke,
C. A. R. TBoapsos, D. Weaver,
Daatel . Carter, John B. Johnson,
Samuel Van leer, ft. M. Fogg.
R..B. Cheathsta. A. Q. Adams.
Jomib W. Alla.
Dr. Thos. Menecs, . r
TTAVTNQ PEXXANENTLT liWATBBIJst-
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DXS.E.C. A3TD J.X. JUIST
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