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tfASH WtiliB HJNiON i U$T) 1 idlSPfOH, NOVElVfBMtt 24866.
THEI.ITTIX GIUt.TiIAT MEETS ME. And with fliithterlfcrS A.I.tra- f Av. VsJlong the path so dreary, 40r Vwhere the saddened heart and weary, w caaaes tne sunliKhtiitHnine near me. uo uir wi sue Has eye at Ma (Only aired abffuiTSleFen). 6TOntolinfWTHapifci!n 7 SsiWjShcart That forevhaijjSfvnr. And her sw&t rgjcgeycrriqirinF, Beauty o'er.Thtjapkheartlbrinring, Sweet as art.. li her sunn hair. so curly,,.... po white aadpeirly! TJf 'I haTeTnetTheTlatBiind earl riyf " Iiv the wav. Andsl tnfecJiec band and presMitM.iOM.yr "Patty little hand-God bless, it!'' , .May therorld mile kindly, on her; T Benedictions fall upon her. Angels be her cuarrf. of honor, As zhecoes Thrqugh hia world of ours longing. Peace to troubled cpirite bringing,- -' .-Nagricf her pure heart wringing With its" woe. ' . May the sweetest harp in heaven . Brightest crown that e'er was given, Whero the. wares of life are driven Past the throne Echo to her dainty fi riser. 'Pon herjmrc brow ever linger, WflIefeieH!ahgel be a ringeri , i-ipaliinc bemel Aktemus fx-Sq(EEziKoHAfDS. Describe nig ui visn 10 me .uriusii .viooseum; ak temus "Ward says : "After visitin the Refreshment room and partakinof a half chicken 'of a uncertain age,' like the Koman antiauitrs I liave pre1 visiy BpoKen oi, j. prepared to leave; JVs l passed through the animal room I observed wim pane mai a oenevoient person was urgm the Etnfft eiephant to accept a cold muffin, but I did not feel called onto remon strate with him, any more than I did with two yoqng persons of diffrent sexeawho had retired behind the Khynosserhoss to squeeze each other's hands. In fack T rayther ap- ,A fl. ln J! p f i me uacK lo tne sunny spnns-time oimv life, I'm in. the sheer and yeller leaf now: but i aon t lorgit tne time when to squeeze my Betsey's hand sent a thrill through me like follin off the roof of a two-story house ; and I never squozed that gentle hand without wanting to do bo some more, and feelin that n am me goou. "VThat art unique and meaning expression was that of a young Imb. girl, ingivinjr tes timony against an individual in a court of justice the other day. " Arrah sir' said she, "I'm sure "he pever made Bis mother smile." 1 here is a biography of unkind ness in that short and simple sentence. You can take it for rjranted that when 'a young lady is too nervous to venture-into. a' lobby alone, and insists upon your company, she expects'some reward as soon as the door is closed. Josh J3iUinga says": " Jlarrinorjofemay be aliflleVisky, but is bo honest tliatTJod kant help but smile at it," "Oh, I am so glad you.like birds ! What kind do you most admire ?" 6aid a wife to her husband. "Well, I think a good turkey; with, plenty! oi seasoning, about as, good as any," - The papers record the case of a vountr girl in Maine whdie T)lood-changed to sugar. We know some gills down this way who are all sugar. But at the beginning of the' present century there .were. corner whose blood was vinegar, and it is now Velieved that there are "a few more of the same sort left." - That "Peskv" Pombrov. Brick5-Pom-r croy says that nine-ten ths;uf the children born of negro women in the South, during the last six months, say " keow," heow te teu," naf thing," and "I guess so." A correspondent of the Louisville Journal treats at some length on the best way to prevent hydrophobia. A wag, In reply, suggestsUhat Tie once prevented a case o this dreadful malady by getting on a four teen rail fence and staying until the ,rdog left. . Up River Cumberland Coal. OJIIce, 31 SoulU College Street, (Next Door to Fireman's Hall.) tin: will deliver oun favobite tea- cbckCoal Bound Screened, (17 ImshtU,) ,.$T..OO ut ..J4.50 Steam f3.40 G. R. SAMPSON & CO. A. Stiwabt. t. n. Holds. dot23.1w PITTSBURG GOAL J ft AXD SEASONED. WOOD, E SELL NO. 1 Pittsburg C0.1l, at tho follow ing ugures: . ..... Lump per Load Delivered Sfl 75 Round " " " - 75 Slaclced & 00 Seasoned Wood por Cord 5 00 Mr. Jjuks Hdohbs or CjipUitjCiBLKB, will receive Order- on thevstrcct', or you can leave address at the Drug Store of L1TTERER fc CABLRR, 1 . Corner of Broad and llarkei ftrect. novll lm VAIIAniE LANDS JFOR SALE. Ijiive ' uuximEh ackks, ivrixa ? on Duok river, in Hickman county. Tcnnes cce, about One Hundred and Twenty-five acres cleared, balance well timbered. Tho whole ad mirably adopted to the culture of Cotton Corn. etc. ALSO, 1,200 Acres Finely Timbered, Tennessee bottom Lands, nbout twenty, miles above John f onville. Apply to. or address JjmVD HICKS. nov20 ltn y Nashville, Tennessee. U.W. LKWIB. of Arkansas. D- N. COIII.VOOBE, Kentucky. B. I). TTKRT, Kentucky. 'cotton FACTORS AND GENERAL Commission. Merchants,! AO 31 PRDIDO STKEET, (FACTORS'ROW.) .!-l)t Ti3fKV Om.EA.VS. And No 3WcstJhirdtreet;. . 1 CINCINNATI. oct3-12m 1 - PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, G A AMI HTJBAJV1 ' KITTKM 50 Xortb. Clicrry Street, Ophite Connad.DnldlngyMhTlllf. Tnaeg. iUlALEsrriBLiaHEDii!5 U 1 Alii Plnmber,' and Gaitlte-' Material alwari an. Hand. - j - .-I'EEr LEAD ln. .na LiL'AD PIPE, IIYDBAKTS. PUMPS Oferery description, etc., etc. ChtndeUen, BrackeU, Ctu Fixtures, and Fitting-, NOTICE TO OWNERS. . t t A J THE FOLLOWING GOODS, PACKAGES AND Article?, originally crinslcned to or left in cre o: uoja K rei-biM, now remaining uncalled for and in my poncaion, will, If not claimed by the proper owners within thirty days from the: data of tfaU notice, be sold at public auction for payment of ireiKUiii ana cnarcen. claimant r roni wiu.be required lo loeniuy ineoiseirea Uslura usurer J. Marked"B" 18 keci putty, 25 poundj each: 20 keCT vhrtelead, 50 pounds each; 10 kegs whlto lead, I 100 pouuds each. . T ."11 fantry, Nashrillr, Tenn. I store, metal : 1 box containing Teseu lur store. . . . xit.. rAriiJuu,nasnTiiie, Tenn: Tboxmer- cliandtse. MRS. MABY LEWIS, ;NashTilIe, Tenn. 1 chest iiindnes. : I ji MRS. MARTHA FOWLER, Clereland, Tenn. Ej'WppLFif hufei VferinlJCbpj oipg' uieuBiis. DR. H. A. TETERMAN, Surgeon 5th Michigan in ntry, .(care. .CapU. of. Co.. II.,) , Chattanooga,.! .'Tennl-flAiox.i rM': '-f I AMPBErJliXwilkoN, NLi,rnifTennii boxT GAMPBECD WILSON, NashTllle,-Terinf 1 box? ESS" Sale to take place at the warehouse of Cor- DettA Uo.YiI, No. ilront etrcot.-on the 15thsl)9 ccmber fitxtk -.'' J .WM. OlOXO, G J X J.ate Boyd s Peebles. AasliTiiie, 2o. I 18H. nor22-lw WHOLESALE AND -RETAIL FANCY 'GROCERY'' STORE, Xo. lii(N'm-th L,ticrry Street VASHVM.L.K . - TEXNESSEE. T-EEP CONSTANTLY OS HASD..X.,'LABOE IV nod oamplete assortment of everything lb tnerline ot uis VERY 'BEST QUALITY.' mporter of Fiuo and , Gnniae Uermuu, Spanish,' Italian and French . WINES .AND I.IQ,L'ORS, !IVva. CIOAR8. ''Also,' on hand, tia beat CHiTWlNa ,'TOBAOCO. ; ylI-Sm Picubs. ; , Go. fl. .?or8a . 0. J. Ke PICKARD, MEER & EEIVT, GENERAL. ' v e Jtk :j ? .Si- Commission Merchants,., -t 1100 CommcrcJalStreot,.cor. Walnut, rr T.c't, OTJ I - . '-it , LL BUSINESS ENTEUSIED.TO OUR CARS promptly attended to. 'S ' -'REFERENCES: First National Bank, Nashrille? . tlnM T.k.. . T . 1 111 ' vv., iwiurp, iiaHnTiiip. Ceo." F. Ca. "EsoiiroDrietor St. Clond IIotI. ftashville. . . . kd2S-1t. I . 1 ' 1 . , 1 n 1 HILL McALISTER & ALLEiV, (Successors to J. A. McAlistcr&Cq., Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS, COTTON AKD TOBACCO 7ACT0R8, Cor." Broad and College Sts., NASHTILLE, Tennessee sep!3-tf Cumberland Valley INSURANCE COMPANY Unitervd Cnpital, - $500,000. HI 15 A HOMK OOIIPANT. CHARTEBED BY in- LntlAttir of 1 earieJM. auri la now oroan zt-d and prepe-d tr take IUsks on as fiTorable -nu s any . Canton nomphy. J OFFICE,' r.llEKItT STREET. ulivltle . Tenceasee. GEKi'If. TEAT1CE, Presddent Q. D. 1J2NOI11. General Agen" . L. Thii-pk. rt-Teuu-r. mneW-tt particular' notice. 1TE RESPECTFULLY INVITE ODR .FRIENDS and all nersons Tlsltlnz the citr to call and ei. amine 1 le our Goods 1 j'- 'i"ii Clothing Fnrnlshlns Good, tovelry, Before purchaslnc elsewhere. We are determined to clow ont, and guarantee satisfaction in qualltj-.of goods and price 01 cam, w e bare a. FUt,Li STOCK TO HKLECT KROJI, And persons can-prepare for' the JIQLlDATS at a great sanng by civiuc us a call. THKCV tft ltKLX, nov20-lm 25 Public Square, Nashville, Tsnn. A. 19 BROAD 8TKKET, CO.MPECTIOMCKS !, AJTO UAKER, MAXurACTvaxaa- or And eTerjUiingln their lln", dealer in all kinds of Toys audTancy Articles for Christmas, TTTOFLTi RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN- 1 " tion of the cltyand country merchants to their large anu well assorted stocc 01 ri aoore aniciea, which they will sell low." A. XV. UASKIE, ' 10 Broadstreet, bet. College and Market jt' C0T20-lm . " ' Lutober;?HLnmber.c a Ktl A AH PIKT'ijj GEOKOTA tellSqw eJU,VUU PbiftDrwllooring. iJOjOOOQeorgia-TaUow rine-tShiiiSleelS Inchear W.Jl-UcFAULAKD & CO., noTMm . No-. 73 Noffh College ttreet. TOBITtirAOlONTirA'N. 'Na.hVii.e. Teiin-8 toxet. ! I i i nippoed tocoutnin beddingj1 'x, M fi. i Wj WALTON, Intfrjesboro, Tenn.f- box clothing. I Will liaTe a JOHH B. JU1TH. TICTOa YALLETTK CHILI C, Ut'tlSI- Smith, YaUeWJg,' Laurent, Ml i T. I 40 .U IN I ON i 'it t nti STREET TIIK 'UNDERSIGNED, PIAY?Ng' FORMEDA copartnerehlp and consolidated both Srm, will continue business jointlr at the aboro mentioned stand. We haVe on hand the largest and'ljest'assort. ed stock erer brought, -to' NashriUe, to which are anuea new urroices oi Imporivd aud Domestic C:gare, 4 r jtl! fl. rTI'W,-J"f t I f. 1 And an elegant supplyi oflBEAt lMEERSfJIIAUM' i wyyuo, oi me iwi ana most wtlltlc patterns iHKWl ;G TOBACCO Will alwajo.bo oompleto, and the loTers of tHe i JfU.UJSST. HMOK.IN.& BRANDS. multitude of the most popular mannfac-f ose irom. vb win ennntnntir li ta; luuiumt uuToiues in lue yray or t, i Fivivr cY o o o r s , , uvo in store now an uneaualled rarietr nt jwuuuer ana oiriar i,ooas; Ulgar Hacks, Turkish' I loncwi oi numDeness Datterns : Embroidered and Plain Cigar Cases, Cigar Lamps. u,iiuinjiKa n, anui in ucc every article belonging to our Jegltimatof line. Our stock of vigars is me largest in tne city, and ranges from the cheapest home leaf to the choicest TTAmna TV, a , wholeaale and retail trade willTneot with our dofO attention, aud wo solicit the patronage of the. public , -fel vWftw - ( wholeaale and retail trade will meet with our dofe ?YICT0B. YALLETTE. EMILE C. LAURENT. noT2-lm GRE.VT CLOSING OUT AT COST AT. s. .sickles &eo.'$? 49 COJLLiEGE STREET.' -u t- - VN ACCOUNTOF A DISSOLUTION OF PART- j nershlp, we are compelled to sell our stock of yimn t !! --in GOODS. Counting of . . I FRENCH MERINO, from51.25 toSLM.rcrjard, 1 POPLINS, from 50c. lo 11.60 per yard. All Wool DELAINES, 50 conU por yard. NEAPOLITAUTBS, from 35 to 50 cents per yard. FLAKNELS, aU colors, from 45 to 75c per yard. 'ALPACAS, all colors, from 15o to 51.50 per yard. CALICO, at 16, 18 and 20 cents por yard. 'm DOMESTICS, at 0 to 37 cents per yard. LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS AND BAtOUES. From S8.50 to 40.00. ' This is a great Inducement to the Ladies to get Cheap and Handsome Goods. C3T Call and examine our 8tock beforo pnrchas- Ing elsewhere. & CO., 49 CoUege street, oct31-lm NashTille, Tenn. REMOVAL. BRIE.V & THAXTON HATE THIS DAY REJlOYED TO TnEIR L.VRGE AXD C03E5IODIOTJS FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE, NO. 50 SOUTH COLLKGK STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN., HERE THEY WILL BE HAPPY TO SEE their old friends and customers, and wnnld" avail themselves of the present opportunity of re tnrnlnc thanks for the liberal share of nitromrd uereioiure vesiowca upon mis nouse , and tney hope by their enlarged facilities for S to race and Sale of Cotton. Tobacco and, other Country Produce, to merit a continuance of the same. They tvIH mate liberal Cash advances on Cotton, Tobacco, and all Produce consigned to their care. Their terms will always bo as low'ns m resDOnsi. ble house, here or elsewhere. They will at all times keep on band a full and complete stock of OCEBJES AKD PROVISIONS, utaostHs iFLODR, BACON, LABD, Etc, Etc , Which the? will cuarantea to the TmuU .instance, at the Lowest Market Rates. r- liltliSM THAXTON. sep8-tf No. SO South College street. $. GOLLADA Y, t Gity Khoe rtr Opposite 6U Cloud Hotel.' Ko. 3 Slmmpna Block, Church. tr. NASHTILLE, TENN. no7-a Strayed or Stolen, T1R0M"Srr STABLE, ON THE NIGHT Of- THET jl- unrning oi jiunays store, - one - SORREL HORSE, blaro face, three white feet, branded TJ. S.; 6n"e, mouse .colored HORSE MDLE, three' or "five years Wd1; 'One' s?t of black-mounted HABNE8S. A liberal reward will be paid for their return. nov-j-iw H. C. SINGIjKTOK i in ;' UA'RVER5'- ' CGTT0N GINS-. THE STJBSCKIBEBn ABE 'ATJTHOS' iztd agents fr the sale of, the ,celt brated . ... So long nrid fa6rably known liirodghont the cotton-growing StaU-o, in wMchf'the sales hftTe iar esceed'ed, those ol any other,, make; H$ inparitritj't-' operation tm&Htf qaality of lint produced acknowledged .by thb .most iofloenSa) j st, PlanterR, Merchants andiMannf&o .-vrh.-, All size-;, from 18 to 100 saws each, con- stahtly oa hand or famished from the man ufactory. 53&- Sena for Circular. ALLEN & HILL McALISTEK. 1 Kep27-tf , Nashville, Tennwsee.' ''CHAMPION .-a;..w mi ill s M.! C; GOLDBERG, iDEALER IN ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, SHINGLES, .ETC., NASHVILLE, - TENN. rilUE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING Ri. ENTLY A. purchased the upper Saw Mill, known as tho nefcrroir .Mills. " Be 18 now able to Offer trf the citl. zens of Ndshrille andsurTOund!nircountrr all t!nit ' qtLumber at prices to uit the times. Years of ex perience at tne nuslnets justifies him in savlug that all work shall be turned out in a workmanlike man ner. By strict attention and fair-dealing, he hopes to merit a liberal share of natrouace. ' Cnll anil nt-a for yo'arself before contracting elsewhere. 6et24-tf r-' M. 0. tJOtDBSEG: ;FALL; ,T.ODE 1 L: - . ' Av;M;-;;::i;rYON & co., I . . . 1 ! i Cenimissibh and ForwnMiiur Merchants and Dealers. TX7E WOULD ANNOUNCE TO OUR OLD GUS " tomtrs, and the trading public generally, . wo are now prepared with a larra and wcll-assortrd stock of Iron,Castingff,Coiiper,NaIl,S.pr in gs, Axles, Hbrsi Shoes and Nails, Carriage and Mnchino Bolts, Blacksmith Toob, Axes. Grindstones. Pump Chains .and Tubinc. ITamee. rollars. Lor and Drawine ! Chains, Saeh, Glas, Straw-Cutters, Corn-Sb,elIers, uement, Land i'laster. Hubs, Spokes, Felloes, Cin , cinnati Steel and Pittsburg Wrought Iron Plows, Water Filters. Also, the celebrated "Onion Washing-Machines and Tarions other articles iu our line. ,Miv3r.vLYaN & co., No. 45 South Jlarkct street, NashTille, Tennessee. Pwm Times copy. ' sepl3-3m FROM 10 TO 25 PER CEXT. SXVYD tT rcuva Torn goods at the NEW YORK STORE. 7 JO. 15 UNION STREET. rrnE TE0PLE OF NASHVILLE AND TiTB X surrounding country will please bear in mind, the HEW YORK STORE is now receiving and open ing a new and Tery attractive stock of Staple and JEaiicy Drygoods, ROTIONS; TC, ETC., ' v nun lias tfee n bought .for Cash in the very best Eastern markets, and wU be off-red at the very InvMl rplnfl nrlrv. - The etock consists in part of Black Silks, all prices ; Colored Silks, all shades and 'prices ; Moire Antique, aU colors ; Best English and German Poplins; English and French Merinos ; Empress Cloths, all colors ; Ladles Sacking Cloths ; Fine Wbito and Black Alpacas , Lustres, all color! ; t and all Wool Plaidi, all colors i ,' All Wcol Flannels, all colors ; Beavers, Broadcloths, and Casslmeres ; Doeskins, Tweeds, and Jeans ; English and American Prints ; Brown andJBIea'ched Domestics ; 1-4, C-I. T-4, 8-1, !M, andXW Sheeting Tallo Linens, Towel, and Naj kins ; AH grades Irish Linens ; A fu I assortment of White Goods!; LadieV and 'Children's Hosiery and CIotm , Cemmon and I rench-Embroidered Corsets ; Duplex Elliptic Hbop SklrU ! LadieeSbawls, Ooaks, and SJhtags - ' . Ribbons, Trimmings, & Fancy Goods; And many other Goods too numerous to mtntlou ' Bememt'er the place NEW YORK PTOIfR. Vn. 15. Union Stjrcif, (Levy& Co.s old etand.) BAGGING ! BAGGIKG ! TTE HATE A LARGE QUANTTTT OF Best Kentucky rr A S7J5 CENTS PER YARD. . Rope and Iron Ties, also, -for sale, as Cheap a they can bo had. A deduc tion from the regular price of Iron Tiea uado to those who want them to sell again. ' t it nv n ITTru it. rin Masbville, Sept. 27, 1666. 'vp23-tr-.i SIXE OF L'O'i S IN ON WEDNK8DAT, THEUnWAT OF NOVEM BER next, we wUl begin a serica of Belonging td the estate of P. T. "jfcGavoclc, deceawi. u .iiu.w m jne ttincrent. additions, made by uIm to the n.irtlieru part of the city. The' C. to bo offered for sale oh that- lav are iiur.a viine iiorticuituml Gardens, near.-t. te i':a """Ji na on eummer and Cherry rtm-is. Tii -v hupij viiii-hhj. ana areeitZjt-i ua or Iltttr tils I Jr m nf 1. a 1 .11, in 1 V. . . . cum A.iiuruiiu now iieilif mn. This locality Is high and well drained, and U - ra-wwgiy neaitnr. jiavinjr ten almost entirely uii lriim ine areaaiui scourge that Las just !eu amongst us. Thxj aalrs will br tnntinnvt fmm f im t 1. thu dlnerent locallti. ot the cttate. rf which nctice iu wrgiven on tne Uay or sale cn the premise", and through the press, and are made under decree or the Adm r, etc., vs. Dall.ui Bache and others. TEBMb: Ten per cent, will 1 required in each, and f:r t!-e llancei "eiiit of 1, 2 and 3 year, with iuterst, wUl ,b .7 fecnniy win Do reqnired. - in 111-rurcnase money Is paw. Clerk and Mati.r , JAMES WniTWORTH, Adm'r. V. K. CHEATHAM, Ant. t )iht rxsne-llieu t. iue auove sale has been postponed until Fill. GHAJSTCEEY SALES' FOS Saturday, December 0, 1866. M. M. MONOHAN'S' LOTS, 0- COIiLEGE STRUT. p.P. TN Millou and others vs. J. M. Monohan. PURSUANCE OF A TlKrTiT'E OF TITP Chancery Court ia this cause. I will wII at tl,o oonrt uouse at Nashville, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 186G. 1st. The Lot on College sir.t, hetwren Locut street and thapropertv of the Lorn viUc .t Na)iTi;i ! Railroad o., fronting 80 feet on Collece street, and rukning back towards Marktt street 1 feet and Hi lncnes. unis is Known as the Carriage Shop T - . T . 111 . . I " ... j.ui. it win uo suu-aiTiueo 10 s mi purcnaHers. 2d. The Lot on the weft side of Colleim strwt. opioslta the aliovc, on which was M. M. Monvhan's residence, fronting Hi feet on College street, and run ning oaca me wnoieaeptn ot titv iiOt Ho. 3C. TERMS OF SALE Credits of sir. twelve, eirh. teen and twenty-four months, with interest from (day of sale. Notes required with approved security, uu ueu icunueu. caie iree irom rtfiempiiou. novl7-td M. B. nOWELL, C. and M. Resell Houston vs. Wm. J. Fry and other. TN riRSuANCE OF A DECREE OF THE - Chanctry Lourt la thw cause, I will sell at the Court House In liashvilic, cn BATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 18G0.T A Lot In Edgefield, fronting fr. fiet en n stmt that lies between Fosterand Sprinz streets, and running uacKapom siu ieeL io sn a:iey, imng tne same on wiiicn a rramo sctiool nou?e was lornaerly built. TERMS OF SALE Six mentis' credit. Vi.te frequn-ed with pood personal security, with interest rom date or saw. Sale free from tho riiht of re- uemption. 31. r-. liU ELL, C. mid JI. novl7-td David Grant et als. ts. The Heirs of Zach. Grant. IN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE Chancery Court at Cljrksville in thenbove named (cause, 1 will sell at the Court House at Nashville, ou SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 18G6, Lots Nos. 33 and 31 In the McGehce nlan of lots In South Nashville, each fronting about 40 feet on the easi siue oi tiiege strett, s nth of Ceutre street, an.l running back towards Market street to a 10 foot ally. TERMS OF SALE Five per cent, eash, and the residue on credits of oae and two Tears. Notes re quired with approved fcnrity. and a lien retained. W. T. SHACKELFORD, novl7-td CUrk and Master. H. S. Bateman, Adm'r, ts. P. F. Hard- castle and others. "IN PURSUANCE OF A DECKKK J Chanccty Court in this case. I will OF THE mil at the Court Uuuse at uhvil!e, on SATURDAY, DECEMB-.R 8 lcGG. Lot No. 1 in the plan of the McGehee Lots, fronting 117 feet on College street, and running through to Market street, ZSt feet, teing the same lot on which Mrs, Winnifred hito formerly resided. Tho property will be divided into lots frontlni on College and on Market street, and of such dimen sions to suit purcuosers.. TERMS OF SALE Credits of six. twelve, elch- teen nd twenty-four rnonthc. with interest from day of sale. Nots required with approved secul Ity, auu nen remineu. aaie iree irom redemption. novn-w ji. u. iiuwell, U. and JI. wesiey ureenaeid v-. tienrr; F: .un-tiu. , TN PURSUANCE OF LECREE OF CHANCERY Court at Nashville in the ahove nxmetl cause. I I wu sen ui mo iiuii iiuuseai asuvuie, on i Saturday, December 8 isgg, I A Lot in Edgefield, Just north of the L. A N. R. R. i track, being tho west half of Lot No. 1S8, on a plan ' reCdriWd on page 173 of Book 8, in tho Register's i Ofcico, fronting 103 feet on the north and of Oldbam street, and running back abont 4w feet. TERMS OK SALE Six months' credit, with in terest ftvm day of sale. Note required with ap- , proieu Kcuruy, ana a lien re lamea. bale Iree from iwlemptlon. MORTON B. HOWELL, novl7-td Clerk and Master. 'Wesley Greenfield v. E D. Put. hud . other?. I a i'uiisuakqjs of a decree Of the Chancery Court at Nashville In the alwva named cause, I will sell at the Court House at Nashville, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 18GG, . A Tract of Land on tho Baena VIeta Turnpike road, 'containing 11 acres, bounded and describul as Ml lows: Beginning at a slte in the centre of the iiuena yuta lurnplfce road, l . F. Lett's northwest corner; theuce with his line m.rth 71 degrees, east SO H-lOd polerf, to a stake. Lee's corner; thence 1 north 17J degrees, west 35 ?0-i00 poles, to a stake, McGavock & Thomas; thence south 71 degrees, west 60 iO-100 poles, to a stake In the centre of the Buena Vista Turnpike road ; and thenco along the centra Pf said road south leAj dtgretn, east 354U-1HO poies, io me oeginnmg. - TERMS Six and twelve rernt's' credit, with In terest from date. .Notts required with approved. peTCui.ui neenruy, auu i:en retained, sale free Irom redemption-, novl" td 31. B. HOWELL. C. and 31. Hotel and Saloon Keepers ! SAVE 300 PER CENT ! Secrets Worth Knowing. InAVE SECIPES TO MAKJl THE BEST Brandy, Irish Whisky, and Old Bourbob. These recipes are no humbug." They are not new; they have have been used for years, and still are uceil by the leading dealers and manuftctnrers, and yon buy from, them the same Liqur rs you can ensily make yourself. No apparatus is required ; the LIquorj aro madoby mixing, and any one can. easily learn. Buythe Recipes for vour own ue, atid-save voar moneys Price OOtJENIS each; or91 Sir the three, i ' U. A. COLWELL, 1 Bap30-llwJtw3ai AIH.itnw". Pa. ' i ". f f . i. i Saturday, Becmoer 1, '18645. John D. Horton and others vs. Jo. XI. Horton- IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF OTK" Chancery Court in the above cases. I will stoat th Court House In Nashville, nn SATURDAY, DECEMBER V, 1866; Let No. 9 in BswortV rian, frauting 32 feet rst Cherry street, and running lock to a 12 foot alley. AV, Let adining alove. fronting 9t feet'on, Cherry street and running back,fcalf way to Collezn street, being part of the Let cunveTed to Jo. vf". Horton by C. n. Winston. TERMS OF SALE Credit of one and two years, with interest from day of sale. Notes requited withi ; appspved securitv, and lien retained. Sale free Irem. red-mptten. MORTON B. HOWELL, '; aovlu-td Oerk awl jr.jter. Wui. Corueil. Adm'r, v. A. J. Blakemore and others. IX PURSUANCE OT A DECREE IN THE above cause, rendered by the Cha&cry Court at Nashville, at the May Term, 1808, I w!H oner for- ' sale at the Court House at Nashville, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER i; 1SG6, A Lot of two acres of Land In the t jwn of Gooil lettsville, bounded on the east by L'clc street, on. the south by Cedur street, on th- wet by Ctobs street, and on the north by the lauds of A. R. Maithes, bejng the premies at present CKCupied aa a reiidence'byrG. W. Blackniore. TKRMS Six and twelve nioaths' credit, aud iitp from rtdimptlon. Notes required -with arnroTod security, and lin retained to eeoure their payment. jiukiu.t l. llUi r.LL, nvl8-M Oerkand Master: Sc?an B. Eubank. Adm'rx. vs. Marv A. Wrighj and others. PURSUANCE OF A DEGREE OF THE haucery Court In this cause. I will at rmb lie auction, at the Court Houm? in Nashville, on SA1URDAY, DECEMBER 1 1866, TlieTfa8tof77 Acres of Land purchased by Jolia L. Eubank, decea(d, from Wn, H. Jenkins 'npon which is the Distillery erectedaby (id John L.Eo bink, now tleoeased. Any infertnatlon in recant to the Trsnri'pJ be procured Irom Felix G. McKay, Wm. II. Jenkim, or the nnderMci.' d. TfcKMs F SALE Credits of fit ixl months, with interest. Notes reqnired with rnl- rrcui iit, ntHi mH rriaineo. MORTON B. H0WE.LX, novtr-td tHertaud aialter- J. C Prorine et afs. vs e-a!V. li. M. Wifliani: IN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OFCHANCEBtT 1 Courr at Nashville in the aboe named r. m T will sell at the Court House at f lirllie, on SAIURDAY. DECEtJ'EH 1, IMi, evoral Tnctiof Land, comprising tiigetber altmJ 115 acres, on the NoIenevlUe Turuik (enveyed te. E.iward L. Eitsiey by Inoch Enfley Sr., bytdeed of gift, registered In Book No. 30, page Si. These lands wlU be divided into tracts of fram dto to ftfty win, to suit psrehasers. TERMS OF SALE are twehe mollth credit. Notes will be required from purchjiteit with geexj security, aud a lien retained to secure their pay ment. Sale free from redemption. itUltlON B. HOWELL, nvlO-td Clerk and Master. Abtier T rner v.. r. D. KicItHrda 1 N PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE Chancery Court at Nashville iu the above iijbvhI caiiw, I will sell at the Court House at NiuhrilU, eti SATURDAY, DSCEMBEs. 1, 18G5. Lots Nos. 13 and 14 in WInMen's Plan, eeh frcnU lag 50 feet on East street iu Edgfid, and runnisr bftk 111 feet. Abo, Lot No. 7 Iu McRolrts A- MrKw'i Pln. fioatiDgSO feet on Woodland street. TJ3RMS OF SALE I'.nMt nf fi 1 is raeatbs, with interest from day of" Nile'. Ndtfa rr" quired with approved security, and a Hen retained, b-jilj iree from reu?mptton. MORTON B. ntWELL, . novlf-td Clurkanl Master. L. B TToolfoIk, if. J. HQbariton tt ale.,. . IN PCBSUANCEiOF DECREE .OF. QHAXOEET Court at Nashville In above named cause, I win Ml at the Court House at Nashville, on SATURDAY, DE0EA1BER 1. lSGO- Thre Tract" of Land in Civil District No. R of Da- ' vidoa county, adjolmng each other clee to the Hao ' of tho Nahville aud Chattanooga RaiIroad,sax conveyed by Jas. Peay to J. H. Charltfiu, contain -In? respectively 51J4 acres, & acres, ami J1J$ acres. These landi are a part of the old Edmund Owcsw tract, aud will be gold, free from redemption-,: the folio wins 1 ERMS Six, twelve and riAteen month eretHtL w tli interest from day of sale Notesrequired wiJU approved security, and lieu refalneil. ' MOitTfivn nnu-vT.T. novlO-td Clerk and Master. Wm. Ross, Adm'r, et". v, B..M, Wheekr. TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF TTXE A Chancery Court at Nashville In' above ' named cause, I will tell at the Court Hoaee,(jn m SATURDAY, DECEMBER J.,1866 A Tract of Land of 1SJ Acre. sd by Felix . 1!ch. deceased, to B. "M. Wbeler. adil ituated in thu Third Civil District of Davidson county. Ten nessee. TERMS OF SALE Credits of six and twale months, with tn'erest fiom date. Note reqsrm) with approved security, and lien retained. Sal free irom redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL, noviu-td - . Clerk aud Macier. Nic'iio!s Hbc 'ti v. V. Y. TI.oojhs et als. IN PURSUANCK OF DECREE OF CnAXCEBT Court at Nashville in above named cause, I will . sell at the Court House, on SATURD Y, DECEMBER 1. ISflS, Lot fronting 59 feet on Cherry strett, and nthnint back to Criddle street, Joined by the, propartj nf Sarah Stewart ou the south, and Eugene Otten ville on the north. TERMS Ol SALE Six months' credit, with In terest from day of sale. No'e required with personal security, and lien retained. Sale free from redemp tion. MORTON B. HOWELL: nov ' t -td Clerk and Master, BERR YHILL HOTOB; I ii A I' K H V IN PURSUANCE OF DECREES' Qf Till: Chancery Court in tkeeaxeef TfivnVas MHKnfch). Adm'r. v. Lucy McGrezeraad others. 1 wiMlselk ut the promises, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, lStfOT At 11 e'cleek x. v., the property kouwn as Lbe BrryhUl Place, ou McLemore- stret, between Church and Bruad. The Lot route' ftet, ami mas bark 1) feet to an alley. The nenseontaIa five geod-tooms, besides kitehrn, eervants' rooms' stable, etc. It is now occupied 1$- Mr. William Simmons, who will furnish any cue apulytag.wHsV Information retarding it. TLRMS Or SALK are credits of fi. 12. M and ii months, with interest. Notes requirad w(t& uni sonal sveurity, and Ben' retaiawL Sal fam frfe redeiBptfcm. MOirruiP B. HfyMrBi'L, narll-U CJerk awl Master. PARAMORE. SOWHRSicV WILft&S. United State Claim fetitif Hav Remaveditheir OnW to t LSa, 25 tVurth ("liers'i irt.-'. , 'Wuero they are prepared t eMet - .. OLA. r-'M ' '. For property taken by the United S'"- rr li- lag tbe war, whthr rcetjitt faror nof. "Abi.v to collect BOU ' T '! K S a'lowl w1r the va'riViMVAcli f (.VcreM. auj30.tfs- ; 9 3 n: i