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jReerft M&Mex h Jgetch Page. SiaffBlar Speech from the Callow. Ir. HBckes, tlienaunkrer of Tamscn Pay Foee, km Wiged at Ctereksd, on Friday. Tke Lteder says : At twenty-fire minute to one o'clock, Hughes, accompanied by the Sheriff and his Deputy, and Professor Thome, ascended the Bcaibld, villi a firm step. Advancing to the edge of the; platform he essay p4 to Bpcak; but' lik' fceWiiga overcame hiiii, and turning to Mr. Thome lie4 Remarked that he should be usable toproeeeil, tmtil after prayer from Prof. Thome. The two accordingly knelt down upon the scaffold, when Professor Thoae offered up a pathetic and effecting prayer. Daring lta delivery, Hughes was exeeeeUwjIy agitated a perceptible tremor evareafiKBgha frame. Before arising from his knees Hughes raade a brief prayer himself. At its cobcIu sion he rose to his feet, when it became ap parent that he had been drinking, and that ke.was considerably under the lnfiaesceof the stimulants allowed him; He then made the following speech : My Fkiexds : This is indeed a sad fate, I would wish you io remember it, not as an example, but as the acme of human justice. Do you suppose that for a moment I think that the law of man is just in taking my life? No; man's law is but the law of a murderer like me. Who made that law? Moses. And who was he? Tho greatest murderer we ever heard of. Xorik for the second chapter pf Numbers, and you will find some example of murder, with premeditation, and purpose, and deliberati&n, all combined in Moses, in taking the life of an Egyptian, and then he comes out and proclaims himself a priest, prophet aad king, a&d by hk law I suffer, and every other murderer. I will admit that life it dear to all and ought to be pro tected. But If a man takes the life of another it is the greater madness to retaliate upon him in this manner. If the people of Bed ford had taken my life at the time I commit ted tht awful deed, I would, hare said that is nature's law and comes from the heart ; but when, after six months of preparation and deliberation over the matter, by those in official position, I say then they murder they murder! Gentlemen, what if the ad vantage to .society to take my life or any man's, in comparison to employing him for the rest of his days in some useful employ ment. If J. IV. Hughes has any ability for anything, then kccpliim in confinement and employ him on useful labor and make a good man of him, and turn him out a 're formed man, and give him an opportunity to atone for all the evil he may have done so ciety. This death penalty is ridiculous, and if you will consider over it you will find it is wrong. One life is' asgo6d as another: What advantage is it to tako my life? None 1 It U zst an examplo to deter others from the crime. Did I remember pointing that pistol? No. I don't remember It to this hour. Yet it is tho law and we most abide by it the law of man but not of God. I am convinced of it. For six months now I have had every sect of religion to visit me, and they come in to tell mo which is the war to heaven. Do I believe them? No I What is man's way to heaven? The samo as his way on earth. Do unto others as wo wish to bo done to. I have thought it all over, fully and conscientiously, and have eeac to the conclusion that my life in an other world will be the same as in this, with the dt&creaco that there all will be pure. I have considered this over for six months, and intended to give my own life up to my exit out of this world. I intended to takq, mv own life, but did not succeed. I took. enough to take me out pf the world, but it is the great Spirit's will that I should not; and I lift vo not" done it. Since I havo been in this prison I have had every sect of re ligion to visit sic. You cannot tell me one that I have not had to talk to me. I argued with them en all their opinions and learned all the secrete of their heart on the matters of salvation, and dare J deny them? No. I have talked with my spiritual adviser, not because I believe as ho does. I love him as a father, but at the same time my mind is not his mind. , I don't believo to-day God forgive mo if I say anything wrong that Jesus Christ was the Son e-f God My anatomical knowledge and everything1 says that the Immaculato Conception was not rijjht. It is against nature and philosophy; it is against human nature. I believe that that no purer spirit, no better man, over lived on earth than Jems Christ, and tliat in tho spirit-world ho M'next to tho Great Creator himself as far as wo know. At tho same time, I will tell my experience, tell what I know in my own soul. I know from my own exporience that Micro is communication wiui mono who have departed from this life. I am to-day about to suffer the extreme penalty of tho law, but, at the same time, I am sure I shall be with you after the execution as I am now. I don't believe in spiritualism particularly, becauso I havo never seen any mediums, nor havo I ever secnthcindicationsof this. Attho same time every creaturo, I do not care who ho is, will know that at some time in his life ho has been influenced by some peculiar idea or sentiment he never would have thought of himself. So far as I know, I believe tho doctrines of Spiritualism. I thank my spir itual adviser, who has spoken to me in re lation to heaven and the sufferings of Jesus Christ, .tnd I believo in, his miraculous birth. I believe in him as being the purest man, tkepwest spirit that ever ascended on high. Ana I havo taken tho advice and counsel of Mr. Thomn as a friend and father. He came here in a moral way to reform every one, and ho laid such a foundation in my mind that I have finally taken tho belief I now have given. If I thought for a moment that I was going to brimstone and hell and that kind of thing for all eternity I should fear, or did I think I was going to Heaven and sit there for all eternity, and do nothing but sing, I should bo a fool. They can kill this body, but they cannot kill this soul. This soul soars aloft to tho great Being that gave it being. It has its work to do, and I believe this moment that I shall be as much here after the exe cution as now before it I believe I am here. I go. gentlemen, not to the land of perdi tion. Lnt to the land of progression; and while I admit the justice of the law of Ohio to-day, I say it is foolish and vain. And if you should nay to me that because that rope goes around my neck and chokes me to death that it is going to prevent any crime, I say it is foolish and vain, for in the condition in which John W. Hughes was when ho com mitted this crime, no cxampto on earth would prevent any man from doing just as he did. I submit to the law of the land, be lieving it is a cruel murder to tako my life. From thc.tlmo I fired that pistol up to this hoar: I don't remember the firing of that pistol. Do vou think all tho examples on earth would have prevented any man in that condition frons doing as I did ? No ; it Li a mistake. . No j, I hope my example will Viot'bo remembered as an 'example of tho death penalty, but of tho folly of it. G entlcmen, good-bye. Tho Sheriff now told him that his tbno had come, Hughes coolly took off his collar and cravat and threw them to the floor be low. Just before tho halter was lilaced Uikmi his neck, he took an affectionate farewell of Jailor Smith, who stood, with ex -Sheriff Spangler, upon the topmost stair. While tho rope was being ailjuRted about his'neckjhc gated upon the crowd hefore him, while a pleasant smile lit up his countenance, and said: "Oh I grave, where is thy victory? Oh ! death where is thy sting ? " " Are you ready?" xaid Mr. Nicola. "I am," re turned llughayand in tho next instant he was dangling from thcbcaiuabovo him. Tho drop fell at precisely 1:7 o'clock. Hcdicd without the quiver of a muscle During all this time, his wrists had been hand-cuffed in front of him. His elbow were now drawn to the hips, and pinioned there by nasainc a strap throuch thciu. and lmrklimr it behind. Ills' lew were piuioned together by a strap, 'passing tightly around both! lefs above the knee. After hanging twanlv minutes, life was pronounced extinct. awl the body was lowered by Deputy1 Sheriff George ltiugway, Policeman Samuel Fur- nail and Turnkey tjmiuu it was incu jJu3:mi ckrve of the Morns' Committee, and,' after being coffined, was taken to the T?r? street Cemetery and placed within a vaftt, to remain there a couplo of months. The Monas Society, with Prof. Thome, and ef .wotioemen, accompaaica uio hearitc. At the vault Trot, 'iiiomo mauo few remarks apropos to the occasion. miwtia vm ILurc A soldier ... ALoriu3rU fVa..) U.S. General Hnnuitrl , 1 1 h-is kwae, in Madison, Ww e&ef Vh Mm. -Strong & Armstrong dnfiirtP, Ssteecvor street, on Tuesday, and - rikli for estwalm. tt'ltb'riJa which hearrkdi " " f -1 - ..a Utttf IMT IUI iMtiiw Mi way 7thMutf,"jilkm fm bUs, wouttded soidier. X. 1 W.HOOMR HiBSK, V?f,I J. L. OAIKJW, ZLUo ofNasnville, Tenet Late of Aihvillc, N.C? H. B. . V, BEASDEX, Late of Macon. 0 a. Rkm, GAINES &T CO., "WXei.ES ALE OHeCEHS General McrchRHfliBo Brokers 20 BEAVER STREET. decl7-3m NEW 3fORK. TINWARE, &c. GREWIB & 1L8ERTSQH, Practical Pliuhbers, GAS & STEAM-PIPE FITTERS, A5D DKALEBS IJT CHANDELIERS & PEWDAlSTS, Brackets, Pillars, Drop lights, And every variety of G-AS FIXTURES, A O. 33 ciiUKcir STREET, Thrco doors below PortoGicc, NASHVILLE, TENN., ARE PREPARED 'TO 'FURNISH, EITIIER Wholesale or Retail, the following- articles at the lowest market rates : PLMBERS' AND GAS FITTERS' STOCK AXI MATERIALS, i i PUMPS AND HYDRANTS, OP ALL KINDS. Iicml Pipe, Sheet fc Pig Xcad, WROUGHT IRON PIPE FOR GAS, WATER AND STEAM. 301d 'Chandeliers, and all kinds of, Bras workre-jrlit and bronzed In every stylo and re stored to its original appearance. ; fcb3 tf JAMES DILTOX. n. F. WUXBLKB. TnOUlS COTTEEI-L. JOHJf EXIODT. BELTOH, WHEELER I GO., No. 23 Js'ortli Market Strcot, NASHVILLE, TENN., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ; INKERS', PLUMBERS, GAS,,,JIT1ERS' AND Stoclc tin 1 aVTiitex'inlw, Railroad Supplies tele. A RE PREPARED TO FURNISH IN QUAN- ix ties to suit purchasers ,tbo following articles, at tho lowest market rates Tin Piute, TiiiHcrB' Tools, TiiuicrH' Stoclc of till kinds LEAD PIPE, SHEET XEAD PIG LEAD, WROUGHT IRON it .- Gas & Water Tubing AND LAP WELDED FLUES ; SHEET BOIiT COPPER, WIrc,Rivcl8, Antimony, "liabbitt McVl : SHEET AND SIAB ZINC spe'btE'5r' Eussia, Patent Polish, Sheet Iron, Common and Charcoal. Rnili'dkd 'Lanterns, Whltoabd Red, etc, etc., etc. fcbMf. DR. JOHN D. WINSTON, -Rosidonco:and Office, NO. 22 HIGH STREET, TWO DOORS NORTH OF UNION (HAST HIDE.). imlG-lm , InHoIrcnt JJotice. nTATR nV TkNNKSSEK HUMPHREVS ft luntv. J. S. W. Primal. AdralnUtrator of the Estate of John I'rimm, doccascd. havinf su Bcitcd to tho Clerk of the County Court of said county, the insolvency of the Estate of aaidueo'd, do therefore, notify all persons bavin olairas an nt iim Kit. Mb oi trie said joun i nmra. aec u. to tile the same with thoClerkof the County Court of said county, on or before tho l!)th of July next, duly authenticated as rroMribpd by law, for pro rata atotruiuuoB. or iney will po loreTrr nw XhlHSth January, 1S(A , ianSt-ld.tw3r S. IV. I'RIMM, Adm'r. 1TATIX DU1.Y riTAt.irn:i as .11 Hi xocutorof the last Will and Testament of Jl)ilX lIAHDINt). Sfn deccaed) this l w ...ktirw.Il njnnn, fmlKhtM tn Ihn ul S&1U Testator to como forward and make immediate lisjuicut to the undcrsiyncd : and all icrons-hav-iuc claims acminstsaid totato are hereby required to present the aarao duly lirovrn within the time 1'ttacribeJ by law, or mis notice wiiioeiurau in Iiaracaiiist tn hem. WILLIAM O. 11AUD1NO Kiccntor. Ac. of John llnrdinir. Scn dA,'d janSS. 1S0O wlw Attachment Cause for Debt Allen W. Dcwhitt, Administrator, and Isabella Wood, Administratrix, oi jacaroa x. n oou.ue- oeaseil. r. atlas Liara. IT APPEARING TO THE SATISFACTION I of the Court, troai aa allegation sworn io ir Yii.t,.tlff .Pl,lv!t in this eaute. that the Defend- . c:in.fiv U n Mnti.ro5iliii.nt of tha State m Tennessee, it is tbcrelore ordered by me. that pub lication b made for four uccesive weeks in the UaiosixD AwtutCAV, apsper publiihed in the .!... f V..), Tnntaee. commandinr said ielcait, Has Clark, to aw before sie at my idwcH'mghowe, In Jttckoa eeBtgr. Tenaewee. oa ').;. tua. . lo nf Jnlr lMfi. t4fi aad there to enter nl delence in aia cause, or ww mo m bv k j to confessed and set lor Hearing x pant as io aim aad final judgweat civen in fW atte. C UAUAd. J. K lor j acssoa cobeit. JDoembcrX.lSK. a-wfc a hfWTl CAaW A'UI"K VINE ROOT tv for Mle. In iv CAINDIDTES. For Coatstnble. Wo are aathsriied to sanoaoee A, JT. Crelgrfiton u a ca4idate for Coaetable, at the essoins JMareh election. - ? Ul Fer RevcBBO Cellcctar. Wl are asthoriied io asaaoaea 'Win: B. KntertsoB, of White's Creek, for th'eoSceof Rereaae Collector, of Dovidjon cocnty, at the easainz March election. janl6-td For CoHBty Jodee. Wa arsatithoriend to announce I TV. Hucr. Esq.. Candiilatii for Coantv Cenrt J tide, rat the tiuwfi.Ha?sH cleetion. --f f ' febll-ld as a candidate for County Jodeo of Davidson county, at the ens-jine election. For Altoraey Oeaeral. Wo aro authorized to announce Sivuel Doxcl- SO.H, t tq., of fiashnlle. as a candidate for Attr ncy General, for tlie District composed of the counties of .Williamson, Sumner, and Davidson, nt. tliA pnMlnp.lffian. In 'A fit Jai'CO-td For Circuit Court Clerk. HlTnca been soltcted br & lam nnmner t! nld friends, Will. I. Foster has consented to an nounce hi nasia ijs a candidate for Circuit Court Ulcrk of JUandson county, at tho eaenint March election. We aro authorised to announce tho nnrnn nf David CV Iiove iia a eaadidate for re-election to the otnea or Lire tut uonrt UlcrK of .Davidson county, at tho ensuing March election. For CeciRty Court Clerk. XtBdsIey Nickel is a candidate for re election (second term,) to the oGico of Clerk1 of the County Court of Davidson County, at the ensuing- Marsh citation. decl7dta We are. authorised to annonnrn iho n.tmn nf Wm. Hj Cheatkimi as a candidate for the nffirn of County Coart Clerk of Davidson county,' at the ensoinj Marchxleeuon. " " , We are authorized to announce 17. G. Ewln as a candidate fof County Court Clerk of Davidson county, at the ensuing .March election, doct-te. We ore authomed to announce Thomas . C Crank as a candidato for County Court Clerk at tho ensuing; election. Wk aro authorized toa.nnonnco Wrllev W. Philips as a candidate for County Court Cltirk, at tho ensuing election. " dec4-to We are authorized to announce W. C Ilnll n a candidate for County Court Clerk, at the ensu ing election. decMe For Criminal Coart Clerk. At tho solicitation of many friends Xntt. B I'llcttpr, hag consented to announce his name as a candidate for Criminal Court Clerk, at the ensu ing March election. Wk are authorized to announce James A. Ilall as a candidate for Criminal Court Clerk of David son county, at the ensuing March election. Wo are authorized tn -mnnnncn Clinrlna TL Dlecons as a candidate for nriminal flnurt mrrlr of Davidson county at tho ensuing March elec tion. aeM-te. For Sheriff. We aro authorized to announeo W. S. BTi-JVIsli as a candidate for fiheriff of Qnvtitsnn rnnntv. nt tho next March election. fjanl7 tL Ws are authorized to announce A. G. Ilasrcy, as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county at the ensuing March election. Wo aro authorized to announce Hobert F. Cnttle, a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county at tho next March election. docl-te. We are authorized to announce Knrlnkn Urn rich as a candidata for Sheriff of Davidson county at the ensuing March election, ded-te. Wo are authorized to nnnnnr.cn W. . fihnnr. as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at oe ensuing: iuarcn election. deci-te. Wb are authorized to annaunee Wm. Wilson as a candidate for Sheriff, at the essoins election aeci-td For Comity Truntce. We aro authorized to nnnnunc.n Enoch Ciin. iiltifrhaiu a candidate for Couaty Trnstee, at mo vusuiui iuureu viuvLiuu. janio lu. We are authorized to announce PhlncntiRnr. rett as a candidate for County Trustee nt tho err suine March election. decl-to. Wo aro nilthorized nnnnnncn rrl inmnu Nhuto, of the Pourtccnth Civil District, as a Candidate for Connly Trustee of Davidson County at tho ensuing March election. Wo aro authorized to announce T. W. Bnlleiv as a candidate lor County Trustee of Davidson county at tho ensuing- March election. We aro authorized to announeo Captain John WIImoii, as a candidato for re-election to tho of fice of County Trustee nt the ensuinir Mnrch r1m- lion. PETROLEUM. Tennessee and Cumberland Oil & Mining Company. Gjtice Tevst. xhd Ceiint.'D Oil akdMikiso Co.") ro. 'ii. union UL, Nashville. Tcnn., January 12th, 185G. J NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN MAT A Sccial nicotine of the Stockholders of tho Tennessee and Cumberland Oil and Mininir Com pany will bo held on THURSDAY, Feb. 15, JSCG, at 10 o'clock X. v.. at the office of tho rnmnnnv.fKn. 23 Union street, Nashville, Tcnn., for the purpose oi appropriating certain lunas, now in the nanus of the Treasurer, for tho purchase of such property as may. by the company, bo deemed advisable, and for the transaction of such other business as may como before tho tnectine. liy order of tno Hoard. inn a-td F. II. COLTON. Scc'y. Tennessee and Cumberland OIU MINING COMPANY, - I500RrOIUTHD BT- Special act of the Lccislaturojof Tonncesco Juno Sth. 1505. ri-w-V 1 TlVITVATTkTIHfl EXEMPT from ALL PERSONAL LIABILITY. Capital Stock $600,000, Divided into 3fX)0 shares of $20 each. 7,500 shares or Jfi&u.uw navo oeen appropriated as working capital for the do . Telnpcmcnt of tho Property of the Company. A limited amonntonlvof the stock -thus ftnnro nriatpfl Tia.1 bucn tilnecd in the hands of tho offi cers of the company, to bo sold at $10 per share-; and as tho stock has all been issued, lull paid, in payment of property, it is not therefore liable to any luture assessment. OrricK: No. 23 Union street- Post Offico Box 971. Nashville, Tenn. DIRECTORS. P. It. COLTON', of Tennessee WMi'C. BUNTS, A.G.SANFOHD. C. Li liKQUEMnOURO. of New York., DELANO T. SMITH, of Minnesota. A. U. WELLS, of Michigan. OFFICERS. "prnaMonl A. O. RANFORD. "i'rcs't iirst National uanK, Hasnvwe. Vice President-A. G, WELLS. Secretary F. H. COLTON. Treasurer-WM. O. BUNTS. Miolnc Superintendent C. L. HEQUEMBOURO. The nroncrtr of the comnanv consists of lease hold interests iti tho counties of Overton, Fen tress. White. Jackson and Warren, in tho State of Tennessee, amounting in the ngcrccato to over eJeht thousand acres. Tho moinbcrahin of thecotnDany and the Board of Directors comprise men of busmen experience and reputation, and or a tnorougn and practical acquaintance with the oil mines of Pennsylvania. Tho mininir superintendent was one of the first explorers of the oil fields ot that blatc, and struct tho first flowinjr oil well in the country, well known as tho Hequcmbounr well, and to which the oil interests of Pennsylvania, then in their nascent state, were very largely indebted. The company will lease portions of their valu able lands, in small tracts, to private parties or companies, for imcdlate development. I0TS ON EAGLE CHEEK W1XI. BE U2ASED OX AFrUCATIOX. This is a rare chance for fcona jWe operators to obtain leases on terms that will be amply remu nerative Terms niado known on application. STO MERC NrECOEATOR WILL BE 4,TREATEDi WITH. Description of lands and samples of oil ob tained from the property, may be seen' bv calling at the oBied, JJo. 23 Union street; Naahvillo. Tenn. The Secretary, F. H. Colton, Nashville, will re ceive orders for stock, and will forward ccrtificat es by return mail when tho money accompanies the order. Jana-tf DOCTOR WHITT1ER, A REGULARLY BRED PHYSICIAN, AS his Diploma which hangs in his office will show, has niado Chronic Viitatc the itttdp f li4, and has a Unin-wide reputation, having been lonetr loralrd in S. Lmtit than any Otbei Chronic Disease Physician. . Much of -his practice has been of a private na ture. Smihilit. Oonorrhra, (llmt, tincture .all L'rinarv jHtanetJvphililic orMrreurial Affetltont of the Throat, Skin xr Uonri; Orchitit. Jtrnta or Jtvptvre; also, the effects of a Sulitni HaM, ruinous to JBody and Mind, prodocing Uotch: debility, impoteney. ditzinrtt, dmnet of iff&i, con fiuionofiticat, ml forebotins, avertn to metetr. Ion tMCmorv, weaiitcts. not all these in any one case, but all occurring frequently in various ' Hf Accommodations ample, charges moderate, cures guaranteed. CoBJultatloas by letter orat oaee. free. Most eases can be ropertg treated ttithont an internet; and raedicinca, secure from observation, scat by utail or exprtss. No hia draaeeto butinew in aaost case. Addnw Box 389C. St. Louis. Mo. Houra-S a. m. to8r.. tct .penaaBentlr located at No. 65 SU Charles street, between Sixth and Seventh, one square south of Lindell Hotel, a retired spoi ic uio ceairo w m thnMvltation root, and roouu forth aeeomao- daiionofiven patteMt regutrepertenni uuciuwn. EVERYBODY Can get, in a'sated letter eoyefep, my nry. Symptom ond Treatment of Aerroiu, Vrinaiy 1j c.F liiMm. -elearw dehneatina nurfil- rtued eontHtiont. with fall Symptam Lists, for two threa-cent poetage kp i jtcW iy. Cirealar IbrLadies. retatiag to ihteate of ISilerty. Jienrtrvation tnd Pregnancy, Je. iaE- d.tw . TKATPB v .Estate f JtANDAL 1 ix J Wis a TJ. VMBaaed.-Ati k.ta mrtlfr all ..."iXilAtr. UM KUlm to eam forward uvi iifui iuuw.v-w . : . , I. - , UNDERTAKER, .W.E. OOBITIUES, J. JjABOOI. A.H. MBIHSOK. W. E. Cornelius . & GO, FURNISHING FUNERAL QNDERTiKERS, AT THE OtD STAND 2ffo. 49 CHURCH STREET. HAVE ON HAND A' GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL ;. KINTiS OF "MI E T A L I: C b? cases s gaskets; I 3- t ZISC-XXXED CASES, , : Wood, Cloth, . and Velvet Coffins, ALL KINDS OF. , BUIAIi CI0THING. The best HEARSES and CARRIAGES in the City. ' Good, attcntivo assistants, and everything ne cessary, as heretofore. FUNERALS. Wo also attend to the removal of Bodies to and from other points at reasonable rates, and to tho satisfaction of parties employing us. Wo keep also on hand a good supply of UNDER TAKERS' MATERIAL, which we will furnish to Undertakers when desired at reasonable rates. jan!9-tf HARDWARE. McROi3ERT8 & BAIN, SEED AGRICULTURAL. WAREHOUSE, AND Commission Merchants, Xoi). SIS and 27?ou!i Market Street, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, IJcalers in all kinds oi .-,n! . ' , FIELD AXD 3AREN KREDN, asn' AGRICULTCRAL . IMILEMEXTS.3 AOKXIS FOB "MEND ENIIALL'S " CELEBRATED PATENT IIAXI LOOST, To which they especially invite the attention of tno country. . On consignment, a few barrels, of Extra Puro BOEItllOS WHISKY, And a lot of Smith celebrated WHEELING ALE, in barrels and half barrels, told low for Cash. All of which will be jan21--lra MISCELLANEOUS. White House, (A NEW HOTEL.) OX TJIE PUBLIC SQUARE, NEXT DOOR TO ADAMS EXPRESS, Nashville, Tenn. H.C.ToiirKi.(8.Llcrt febltf W. L. WHITE, Proprietor. RAGS! RAGS! RAGS! WEETEMM BROTHERS, PAPEU WAIIEIIOESE, Airn,L PAY SEVEN CENTS FOR CLEAN VV Cotton RAGS, in quantities of 100 pounds or more. - Tho highest price paid for old Bagging. Woolen Rags, cto. WIUTEMAN BROS.. feb6-tf No. 59 .N. E. Cor. Public Square. SPRING TRADE! MONROE, SMALTZ & 00., WHOLBjlLE DRILKIU IS City and Eastern Made BOOTS AND SHOES, GOl Market Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA., WOULD RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT THE 1 T examination by buyers of their new and oomplete e SPRING STOCK, at the old stand 0 MONROE & SMALTZ, se lected expressly for tho southern trade. Special attention given to Orders. Jaues Moxrok, M. S. Stokm. Jis. E, Smiitz. Late of Nashville. Formerly of Whelan k. Co. feb4-2w J. L. LIU. n. O. 8TEVKKSQN. L. It. SaTAiTr. LEA, STEVENSON & CO., Anctioners and Commission Merchants, COTTON AVENUE, Near Corner of Cherry St., MACON, GEORGIA. BjT Special and prompt attention paid to all consignments. RKFKEKXCTS : F. C. Duntotngton k Co.. Nashville. Tennessee. Albert Roberts A Co., Nashville, Tonncue. W, N. Haldcman & Co., Louisville. Kentucky. W. P. iL.lt. ShryoOV. St. Louis. Missouri TY VIRTUE OF DEED OF TRUST EXECUT Jj ed by Matth ew Warmack,on 10th October, 1860, registered in Book 4, Page 216. in Davidson Conntv. I will exnose to rjublie. sale on Monday. the Sth of March next, at the late resldenco of . t 1. 11. ... 1" 1. KrC.t.'. Crejck in Davidson County, the homo tract, 181 acres. Also. a. tract of 1M nmt Timber land. Al,n. nnnthpr trartnf50 nrrn In the hills, about one mile from the homo tract. Terms of sale half cash. The remainder on a credit of twelve months, with interest from date. LEVY A. BAKER. fhll-t Trustee of M. Warm at k. COTTOIV SEED. 1XTV. Tf AVE XflWTN STORE TEN THOU V SAND bushels of Cotton Seed. We ask Planters to give us a call before purchasing. HUGH McCREA & CO. JanlT-tf FRONTING ON CHURCH 6TREET. IN TIIK Umiox and Auxbioaw Block, a Boom admir ably Suited for an Offlce or small Retell Business. Apply at tho Counting Room of the Usios and AUKKICAX. jant u. A CtASS TN JrlBSIC. fR& L.V. BROWN WILL GIVE LESSONS 1A InMniie to a small class of young ladies, at the enstomary rates, llcrrooms are at jars, nan dall's. No. 100. South Cherry street. fblO-tf SASDT E. JOXTS. v. 8. stices. CENTRAL HOTEL, 2fb. 71 Broadway. ,-; Jfp. tl NASHYIUaI:, TESN. JONES k BEIGGSjTroprietors, (lati Kiwiixs 1 aaicvw.) rpniS HOUSE IS CONVENIENT TO THK ecay reaeh of tbe other depot aad steamboat Uadiafa. It U aewlrasd aMivirrrsihed, a4 itwrt sra 1mm Vew ktm U jwwnn -, litf C eiperiwiced ad ntLtiMt, ad vlwW.'Sd tuaMt aMBCBdaUoM sk ttk iaa31-faaUw illCOTTON YARNS. 8 NO. 73 BROAD STREET, NasHville, Temessee, GENERAL, Oil, DrAtEKS; i-.- ".Mew.-. tvv us: AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF. Gottop-Yanis and Sheetings MANUFACTURED BY EAGLE MILLS; IAWBIS OE BURG, TEXKES8SE,. imA.TVIOL.IlV DFkC TOKY CINCINNATI, OHIO, GAjDTATIW factory, 1 -r ' JSaUatin, Tennessee. WE HAVE RE-OPENED OUR OIL nOUSE. and havo perfected arrangements with our Old Oil Mamifiictiircre for unlimited supplies pf LUBKICATING- OILS, .Specially prepared for COTTON MACHINERY AND RAILROADS. an(l nara now in store a largo stock of Different Kinds of Oil, supeno to any wo havo ever kept before. I lWc also havo on hand a gosi supply of I YARXS AND SHEETINGS Metcalfe Bros. & Co. deel" Zm dry; GOODS R. H. THOMPSON, DRALBB IX TUB CEL.EBRATED PATENT,! SHOULDER SEAM AND PARIS S o T K E I SH Under-Shirts and Drawers, English and Ocrman Half-Hose, Qlovos, Suspenders and Cravats, Handkerchiefs and Collars,' Canes and Umbrellas, Heavy Scarlet and White Ribbed Shirt and Drawers ; Gentlemen's Dressing Robes, Trunks, Valises and Travelling Bags, Combs, Brushes and Perfumery, R. H. THOMPSON, No. Q8 Cherry Street, near irsiox. dect-tf DR. JOE C. NEWNAN, Offico and Residence No. 40 Northweat aide, Public Square, XAS1TVILLE, TKXNENNEE. jan21 lm. J. T. DlTKLAr. S. W. CniLDBRSS. DUMiAP & CmXBRESS, Attorneys-at-Law, H0. 62 H0ETH CHEEEY ST., JTA83IVILLE, Tcauesaeo. Janl3-m LAW NOTICE. A. S,. COLYAR, Of TVinckCBtcr, Tcnn., HAS OPENED AN OFFICE IN NASHVILLE, on Cherry street, ColocnBdo KBildlBsr, Room 26. whero-bewill constantly bo found, un less absent at some Court. He has associated. with him Colonel A. S. Marks at Winchester, Mr. Jas. W. Newman at Payetteville. Mr. James 1'itipat rick at MeMinnvillc,andMr. Stone atManchester. Mr. CoWar exnects to attend the Courts at these places, and will at bis office, receive and traosmit ,ualms lor coiiecuon, giving atssrasce icai tney will be promptly attended to, and he will faith fully attes4 la sncn business as may c iniras:ea to him tn flatnviiie. janiK omw SAMUEL B0NEIS0N, j.-ttox-3oy- at X. n. -w NASHVILLE,. TENN, erriCE, ko. esu cherrt street UP-STAIRS. Prompt Attention, Given to Collection!. acrxagscx. Carathert i Cooper, Nrahville,TesBessee. Guild, Smith A dalld. Nashville, Teanemee. Hon. Bali Peyttn. NashvilleTeanesiee. Hen. J. B. White. Nashville. Tennessee. Hillman, Brother 1c Sobs, Nashville. Tennessee. ilon.il. ii. uauaway, leapais, Aenaessce. de5-ly . 8. 8. AXESIESOX C. B. JOHSSOX. O. T. SXI7K. Anderson, Johnson :& Smith, REAIi ESTATE AGENTS, Over Berry's Book Store, jg-AVE f OR .SALE SEVERAL SPLKNi?P .CITY RsWDIHCBS. A NBJiMR OP OiTY aad W8A L0. ETCiLFE BROS. & CO. "GROCERIES, &c. 1UDISOX 8T&ATTOX, RAlfPTOX J. CHEXKT, IHOltiS O. 'POIXTIE. BKXJ. 1". SOT. STRmOMPOINTER i CQ, WHOIiESAMS GROCERY, AM) COMMISSIION MERCHANTS, For the aale and purchase of t ' Cottdn anil Tobncco, tVJient, Flour, , P0RK-,.; i , BACON. . : XARD, ' .. ' DRIED . '"FRUIT. ' iPIOJRON, AND PJiOD UCE ' GENERALL T Hon. 9 and II Ilroad Street v:'v ' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. WE WILL KEEP ON HAND A LAR0E and well selected stock of ' GROCERIES, FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE 75 .BARRELS BOURBON WHISKY, CO " RobinS. County Whisky, 66 Old Rye ' do do S Cognac Brandy, JJ ni DDIS Q0 U0 . 10 barrels Holland Gin, lOhfbbls do do 20 hf fcbls Now England Rum, 20 hf bbls Ginger Brandy, 20 kegs do do 20 hf bbls Cherry Brandy, 20 kegs Lemon Cordial, 20 kegs Ginger do 50 baskets Ueidsic, (pints and quarts). 20 boxes Sparkling Catawba, 100 sacks' prima Rio Coffoo. 75 barrels New Orleans and Island Sugar, Crushed do Powdered do Coffco do 50 60 150 15 25 choice Irish Potatoes. Table Salt, Molas3es, 5 hf bbls uo Za barrels byrup, 50 hf bbls and kegs Syrup, 50 kits Mackerel, Nos. 1 and 2, 25 hf bbls do 25 qr bbls do 50 bexes Cheese, 50 do Candy, 50 do Star Candles, 50 hf and qr boxes Star Candles, 50 boxes German and Family Soap, 60 do Pickles, (qts and pts), 10 gross Preston A Merrill's Yeast Powders, 50 boxes Starch, 10 cases (K) Sardines, 25 bJxes Raisins, 50 hf and qr bxs Raising, 50 doien Painted Buckets, 500 reams Wrapping Paper. 100 dozen Brooms, 20 doien Sieves, 500 kers Nails. To which we invite tho attention of the nlor chants of Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. Strict attention will be paid to receiving and forwarding, and to tbe sale of Groceries and all goods on consignment. Being in the large and commodious storo and warehouse,' so long and favorably remembered as trie nonso or Jonnson ibmith. and afterwards as Fisher. Wheelers 1c Co.. with the immense sheds and storage rooms, we feel prepared to handle all uotton, 'tobacco and ucneral Frounce, or goods nn nnntltmment. nn favnmblA tprmt n, mnv house in the city; and expecting to establish our business upon p. permanent basis, wo promise to do all in our power to merit a liberal share ot public patronage. .bauuimu anu uui'K always on ban STRATTOX, POINTER A Co. decS 3m MATT. T. 1TAGEN, WHOLESALE GROCER. COTTON FACTOR, GENERAL COMMISSION HERCILCXT, NO. 5 BROAD STREET. BETWEEN MARK w. '. . FRONT. NASHVILLE. TENN. Liberal Ad vances Made on Congignmonb? ded-lm. ' ' ' ' MlTT.'TrmGEN, WHOLESALE GROCER, COTTON FACTOR GENERAL C03IJIISSIOX MERCHANT, i NO. 5 BROAD STREET, BETWEEN MARKETFIAND FRONT, . ..if-. : NASHVILLE, TBNN. Liberal Advances MaJo on Consigaments. deci-lra. JOHH J.1CMII, IVIIOIiESALE C3 22. QD C23 S22. C omul i s s ion ,?M ei&li airt, DEALER IN Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobacco. No. 35 South Side Broadway,. IfASIINTLLE, TENN. 100 Hhdl. prime New Orleans. 50 do do Porto Rico Sugar, 60 do do Cuba Sugar. lflO Barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar, 29 do Granulated Sugar, 100 do A. and B. Coffee Sugars. 75 do C. extra assorted Brand). 200 do Yellow Sugar, 600 Bags Rio OSee, 25 Mats Java Coffee. 20 do Laguira Lnflco, 10 Bags Ginger, 10 Bags Allspice, 20 Bags Pepper, 75 Barrels Mackerel, 50 bbls. do. ' SnOKitUdo. 50 Boxes Soap, 150 do Starch. 100.000 Cigars, assorted brands. -300 Boxes Candles, 109 do Banns, 5tCCases Sardines, 5fl0.CJM Oysters. ' ' lOgrPetea Backet SfCNests Tab. . , Together with everything usually kept In Whole sale Grocery Homes. LIQUORS, ISO Barrels Robertson Coaaty Whisker, 50 do Bearbon do do. 29 do Ryo do. 136 do ReetiCed do. f 5 do x Otard, Dapay A Co's. Cognac, W Barrel Apple very oW. do Peach da. S da - Sherry Wise, la stare aad fer sale at Tie, SSSreatlway, deel -3m. NASHVILLE. TENN. xiTicarANS. WlUWAWlBNitll8ROFIJKwtA- TT iw raiear a Aw mum. Wad ta Sk mm. iwwuifsr tfca am, m m w w ei GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c E. 8. RAVrLTOX. x. U CAanraiGRT. WHOLESALE AND BF-TAIL GROOER AND Gommission Mercliaiit, No. S3 Clinrcli Street, (SIGN OF THE ELK HORNS,) . NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, it H AS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE , abovo business HARK L. CARTWRIGHT, Who respectfully solicits the patronage of his many friends and acquaintances, aad flatters him self that, with his Ions experience in the basiuess, he will be able to give general satitfactioa. The stylo of the firm will remain as heretofore, B. S. HAMILTON. IN STOKE AND FOR SALE LOW: 50 barrels Yellow-Sugars, different grades, 25 barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugars, SO barrels A and B Coffee Sugar, 50 Sacks prime Rio Coffee, 5 sacks Old Gr't Java Coffee, 5 sacks Mocha Coffee, 300 lbs choice Green and Black Teas, 150 barrels Extra Family Flour, 2.M0 lbs Sugar Cured Hams, 1,500 lbs Dried Beef. 20 barrels N. O. Molasses, 25 half barrels do 25 kegs Golden Syrup, 1000 lbs Cod Fish, 50 boxes Cheese, 25 barrels Buttor Crackers, 100 Cues Cove Oysters, , .15 Cases Sardines, 100 Packages Mackerel, 60 boxes Palm and Rosin Soap, 50 boxes Star Candles, 50 boxes Tallow Candle?, 10 Tierces Lard, 25 Kegs Lard, Together with Figs, Raisins, Almonds, Bratll Nuts, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Indigo, Madder. Copperas, Alum, etc.. Logwood, Brooms, Buckets, ireah Fruits, Brandy Fruits. Matches. Blacking. Pepper Sauce, Catsup, Pickles, Preserves, and many other articles too numerous to mention, all of which aro offered as cheap a the cheapest. B. a HAMILTON. LIQUORS. 25 barrels Simon Crow's white-wheat Whisky, very fine. 25 barrels Old Bourbon Whisky, 25 barrels Robertson County Wisky, 10 barrels New York Brandy, 10 barrels Holland Gin, 10 barrels Jamaica Rum. 1 cask Superior Cognac Brandy, 10 baskets lino Champagne Wino, . 20 cases Catawba Wino. CIGARS AN TOBACCO.- I inrite especial attention to my stock. consisting in part of the following favorite brands: "Trotting Club "Cigars. " Sovcnty-Six " Cervantes " Washington Cigars, Henry Clay "Medna" ChnwW Tntrnwi r.uwara g -Rob Hot - Brigi ;ntl0's And various other brand, which wo are deter mined to sell eery love. B. S. HAMILTON. , . , No. 25 Church street. janu xa. dj 47. 47. N. B. PEARCE, (OF ARKANSAS,) WHOIJ2SAIJ2 GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOR, - 47 South Market Street, Nashville, Tenn, V Fork. Bacon. Lard, Flour, Whisky, and other Marketable frouuee ana Alorenanulse, soiiuuea. Liberal advances mado on eocsignmeats, and will endeaver to secure QUICK NALEH AND PROMPT RETURNS Particular attention given to the filling f Plant ers orders for plantation supplies. A large aad well-seloeted supply of Groceries and Liquors Kept constantly on hand, to be sold at tbo lowest market pneo, tor casa. w . . Jan21-tf IT, B. PEARCE. GROCERS,, FORWARDING AND commission; merchants, Corner of Market aad Church streets. Nnahrllle, " AGENTS for tke Sale of the celebrated Law! Hill Sheetings. CoUen Batting, aad Hope MH Cotton Yarns. Jaal7 Jw." 77AM 1 1. V FLOER The celebrated Star X' ISrand at, uu jsruahjejw. Salt. Soap, Rice, Nails, Starah, CsHe, Raisins, Cerdaje, Tobacco, Mebuief, Mackerel, WoedeaWare; ' And a complete assortment of r" fragirhr' for sale by ORK XmrfKBM. JialT 2w niIEHsr-Eari;ili Dairy. Hmmw. WeWn KJ Reserve xnd Pia Apple. .TMssWr Hived per steamer J. K. Uilmore, matfirMMht'. , janl7-2w OKK. JlWfi-Wlg. v. a. BBtXX, St. BRIEN & TIIAXTQ Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MEBOOJOS, '. W. CORNER COLLHQ8 A 8T8, !VaHhvill. OAAfi mt su oorroN mM alk Or to ttta tttisMlsjieJat U HILTON GROCERIES, LIQUORS So. B. B. CBIATRAX. T. WOODS. RBffllTli rs n !VnOI.ESAI.E GROCERS, DEALERS IN ft FINE BRANDIES, WESES, DOMESTIC LIQU0ES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, etc., etc., Cor. College and Churck Sts., NASHTIOJB, TEXIf, KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE 100 bass choice Rio Coffee. 125 bbls Crushed, Pondered and Granu lated Sugar. 140 bbls Cofi'cc Sugar. 50 " Mackerel, 2o. land 2. 25 " No.3. 150 kit " No. 1,2 and 3, 200 botes Star Candles. 125 " Soap (assorted.) 5 Tierces fresh Iiicc. 25 hhU Cider Vinmr. 650 " Extra Pamily flour. Spring-, field and Port Royal Mill. , iw Dpis, DDIs and kegs country ijiril 5 tierces Dried IJcef. 50 bbls IT, O. Molasscn and Sympa, 50 bbls Sorghum Molasses, 10,000 bushels Cotton Seed. Together with an ajwortment of . ; FRESH CANNED FRUITS, Bear as Strawberry, Peaches, Tomatoes, f Pickles, -Sardines, Oysters; Brandy Peach es, and Cherries, "Worcestershire and Pepper Sauce,. Spices, Pepper, etc., etc. J ' liquors.: AUOXQST WHICH ABB 4 o t j.-ipea rmc iiranuy, . Ilenncaer. Otard. Duney & Co jL l'mtoL'a(itiUon;vintage,lS4tf('6a17 UnitcU Yincyaru;l'ropriw;ia0, 4 i Kochelle, t. 4 1 3 Puncheons beetXriihaM Scotcli Whisky, i;, 2 Pipes Jamaica Rum, ,,. . 0 Pipes KE. " Jk. ", G5 casta Sherry and PortjLWiae, all trades, a pure Mahra "Wise, 4. Pipes pure Holland Ownt 75 boxes St.Iarccaux Chaiap5e; 30 Cabinet 7K (55 " Heidsick " 125 boxes Claret, very fine ,j J HIS 10 bbl "Old Crow." 1855. arrated su perior to any ever offered' in lNah7ille ioo ddis pure.nooeruoiiiouniytoiu anu line, ISO ' Bourbon, all srade.v 23 " Apple Brandy, pure', " Peach Brandy, pure. 8 ft Anlsct, Curacoa, Absynihc, MartischiiiOf irainyoo Brakes, ,4 Plantation antlBeTcera' Bitters and London Chtb. 5,000 Genuine Iznportad.Jfovaaa Clears. 110,0 Jialliraoro, all ca4e: Torether with a gcacralMsertaent of Staple and Fancy Groceries. , ' . R. 13. CHEATHAM &. CO. JanlG , .) k, , A. CH BATH AV. QCO. V.SikMtf.lt'UBO. 8. riSXIT. ARCHER CHEATHAM &C0., NO. 9 N0ETH COLLEGE ST., NASKYXI.LE, TXXX 1 1 WhalesaleGrocers AND niPOXTEES OF FINEBRANDIES, WINES, CIGAES, Ma, Me, 9 JjTEEP COWBTANTLY OK HAND FOB SALE 150 bags CWoica Rio Coffee. . 25 " Java Cofle. 100 bbltCrBshed, Powdered and Granu lated Sugar. 100 hbls Ce&e Sugar, No. 89 and 08. 59 ""(,CiaiEW Sugar. 50 " rto Pico Sugar. 50 "Mackel, No. land 2. 25 ?u " No. 3. . 100 kik " No. 1, 2 and 3, . CO kejfH sglish Soda. W ' 250 Hxe SUr Candles. 109 , '? Soap Cassorted.) 10hURk9. k ' 25 ".Cider Vinegar. 360 " Extra. Family Flour. -;S ksn Kettle-Ilendered Leaf LanL. 380 M Salt (New Cooperage.) 30 terees of Mitchell & Arnntrong New Sagar-Cured Hams. 10 bxe Breakfast Bacon. -. 5. tierces Dried Beef. 49 bbls Sogar-Hosso Molasses & Syrupy, kegs Nails (auorled.) - ' Together vrita aa AMortsaeat of Ff esfe Canned Frniits. StTCH AS BXAZIL XH3T8, CLOVES, PEACHES, TOMATOES, PICKLE8, ' SPICES, PEPEEB, ETa ETC. Pewdcr I Pwler ! ! SOtlAOBNTS 0? B. J. DDPONT. DiNB ' Mmlli A CO.S Spofttar. Rle ad 0IaUc dZt?'1 T&OTAMkU I 3 "IT . O r0R ASSORTMENT OF BRAKDIB3, WHI3 U K1K3, aad W15E3, for parity aad delicacy if savor eaaaot be excelled la tWs or any other ek-r. akoxcst watca abb 5 nr. caiks Hflfisey Brandy (Vintage IS5-) . , 5 qr, casks Pellevotsen Braady. 3 " A. Sgntt Brandy. 2 pipes Pare He! land Gin. 2 fmneheem Pare Karasay's Scotch "Whisky. 50 or. casks Fine Sherry and Port "Wise. 5 " Sweet Mala Wiw. 60 caaea Widow Oiqt Chawpagne Wis. 25 " St-Marceaux Carte Noire ,,J " 25 " - CartBiche " " 75 " CTarcl. ... 500 Dmijohfts (aborted sises.) Toeetaw tta tksFlaest AssoHssmt of APPLE & PEACH BRANDY, BUM, ANNISETTI-; ALASINTII, CUKACAO, MAXCII1NO, BOEKER'S irrXEKS, CIGARS & TOBAGOO, . is4:T BleM ciirtnoxtw. FAMILY GIOQSKI161 &c jiw store: PandolM & Siva, NO. 12 XORTlfcilERRT STREfet, DKALZ&S l.V PAJfcr QROCERIES, 4 a rTINES,vLIQUORS. ' ,",'" , ,."( cilJARS. ETC. jMONQ THEIR STOCBIMAYBK F00ND TA vn 1) : ,. 1 XX v. rt . trnshuL Powdered. Coffee, Portl-Rlco, aad every CTadoorjJrownSarars: Tc Candies. Staiclii CastUe. Palm. Erarive and Laundry Soaps; w&tS."6' Curranp l'raiies. Ruins; Batter, Oysters, Fancy aad Auaoad Crackers; Hae Aple. 01ouser and Riaestle Cheese; fpcles- Chowaoa- aad Imperial Hot Cssarap - Anma, ana fair jsoucrt feel 581 & sSf1? MBeef Royal (hhi rae. ??a,?oh,0' aad Mervey Sasoss; r tjT r AaacBB. roiiea xiata: rraik of every variety in cnnsaadJarsT IXTBXIBSTOCXOr W.imcs HHd Br&adlt!8 T i ALL OF WlllCn ARE GIXCIXIAXD IXr.ORTKD, p ilA BE FOUND Pffwt'n and Duff Gordoa Sterriea; IWd Choice and Reserve Madeiras j Ioation Doric and Uursnady Port; Psmartia. liUnqaefort and St Jalten Medoc viaret; Jlaatbanternc,NIestc!acr,irockholraer and Ca- tawba Wines: TJemercier, tlold Medal and Ueidslek. Chaapaec.; na.Otrd. DupuyACo's UraadiS; " lri ,,,-,.!5c?ich' Roorbon and Robertson County .tthliklu; Holland Uio; Maraschino Absinthe; Verraoolho tad all Ai- sorted Ltd iron; Baker's and 11 olland Bitters : GENUINE HAVANA CIOARS. Cholej brands, together with every variety of Do roertleCjrars,ChewiDraod Sraakins; Tobacco ot all brands; tofother with all other articles usual ly lonnd in a FIRST CLASS FANOV GEOCERT STORE. It is the Intention of PANDOLFINI A RIVA to keep on hand at all tlmrs a complete assort 2S i.f,'T7th. il1"6'!!',"?. A"rr. bt raincd to sell as low as any other esUblishmtnt la .W?.peeUljlIy ik. "amlnatloa of their dlssatisfitd?1" 00 0n" WlU 80 W2T PAIfDOIFIA'I A RITA, Paaey Uraeers, AXD DEALBBS vt WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, i ' 1 Xe. 13 Xerth Chrrrj- Htrvrl, AeeiOm. NASHVILLE. TE'N. B. C OOCRB'.ILt, Formerly of il. A R. Doutrlas A C., and Cooke. Bailey A Co. . a. nratASD, Formerly with L. B. Fits A Co. GODSHALL & HOLLAND Auctleti, CemmlwiloH ForsrnrtllHg K E tIRHANTN, No. SX SOUTn MARKET STREET. XabvlIi,TcHH. Conalmments of Cotton. Da Goods.Boots, Ehoes. Hats, Tobaeeo, Oreceries, Ac., solicited. KEFEREXCES. ? V,aTcr EL- Cashier Planter's Bank. u' n u v ".n - X"? BMk Of tho Union. R. C. McNalry, I5n Sco'y Commercial Int. Co. fc. D.Farnswortb. Kw Afent Insurance Co. 111 I'eadleton. Wholesale Drawists. Ilugh Douslas. Esq, Louisville, Ky. Byrd Douglas, Esn Nashville. Tenn. I. B. I ilo, Esq.. Nashville, Tenn. decS tf TAVEL BRO. S, SRC4rfMor tePnal F. Tavel, BOOK BINDE11S, EUIERS, AMD Blank Bek M 'HBfucfHrcrs, WOULD respectfully anno ince to the public, and especially to the otacers or Counties. Courts. Railroads, Banks, lasuranoo Companies, that they are prepared to make, en short no tice and of tbe best materials, all kiads of jbt-,.a.jstk: BOOSTS! Of any slxo or shape. Ruled to any pattern desired. Tn.'rSM fyPf.'S?.'1' Pn. han1 aortment of BLANK PAPEK. of the best make, aad are dally icoreuinc our faallltles tor dclnr work, la large or Km nil qnaBtlHeft. Ilarhwa Ions; Hrperienes tn maklni Books fur different Courts hi the State, we have patterns for many ofthoDookots and other Books feasraUy nsml. "We ar also prtjared to Bind all kinds of BOOKM, 3CAAZINBM, MCSIC. Ae., In tha best styles, and on short notice. (Union Se American Block,) Cherry Street, Up Stalra, xtNunuE, -ri:xs Dect-Sm H.VHirS IHI'KOVKO. EXAM I'VE HOAI. THE CHEAPEST AXO f Best Heap music In , tke ITHltcd StHtCH. ' Send your OrJers to R0DDIE & CO., MAW UFA CTURERS, Xe. , CkHrck Street, 71 AH II VI LIJ TE3TX. deq 21 JJm TOR sii,E. -rMBST-A TRACT OE LAND. CONTAINING JC m ncm. io the borenth UWrict. DaIdm coaaty. about H miles from Nashville. Only a part of tbe tract will be sold ir destred. Secad A tract of Ind enntalninr 3 acres, in District No. 13, sboat2H miles from the city, on tbo CumberUad river. On tho place Is a aaa young apple orchard. Third A house siid lot oa North Summer it. beiac second door north of 0y street, and 33 by VS feirt. The homo tisa futir qr flvs rooms n it, A. A a tmiaipfor4 lot adlololnr tbe last raeatloard lot, on th nortb fids, fi on tine on Sum taer street. ft by 120 fe.tdecp. Filth A lot ob tan north side of Gay street, weH of Suaisaer sirenl, 66 by 13) feet. ist Aa uaimpmred lot on Crawford street, soaMt tide, between Staamar and lilab streets. SO by Wti reec. gereatfe A lot on Cower Water streot. adjolir fate HtHM's lot on tha aorta si4oK atHi.ueisis; 3 by 'wrtTamr.ln XtorV Addition to BtftMl, a4riiC the south side of Kobt. Stew uVt iMWferty. aUt beta sac kx146 feet, SkSPTAlot U Preetfa Says Additloa to yukim, on tin verts i'.4 oftlM N. i. C. Kail rcJ, sjhI biitu M ) 1 St . . , TMrtfc A 1 it m iK WK of ta Nash. vt aad Fraaklla Tarnplk rod."o tt road or street raaatf west trarsay. ad flviN shs old UmMi AsytsM froca Ua pfrrty kaWB as tha j(rft?U T.B.CliTLBisSS. At W.TV oee. N. 31K.Xsi CoHe strost near Walsa. ofr Bsooad ytiiiaj dclH-tf. . ytsMofir. mwe Vm liiae in thx X iWwtsi isasy , sf 9n AKatcA !sVtMat ft4Mp4VV ' sVMMF A)l i'M -ut - irT till H . . AT, . inMMWIVA X cu.