-sr. ,, ..,.-..... M..,...- .,,.,,, i.o... . I IIHIIpp ! Illl III! IIIMUMI Will m
ii. iiiuii pjbbb
feOlTOItS AKD PROPKnCTORg.
"SMwrtary ettaaittoc tJMtetaiat i4cr
mi imjrtnt wnt, MHetted fieca ar
quarter. Xcytn taterefrota the various eovatta
ot too bmeaspoeially iiArtd. ' ,
Aft BBmttntctiois jld be asldreeeed
tH B4itMt ef She Vxiov avb Diwatch."
TOBSJJAY, DKCBttltEK 11. 1800.
TENNESSEE PACIFIC MILROAI)
Ili'Voflllli It will Open rp Important
? and. Intorctlu;r I'ncln.
lWitors ef the Union and DUftaUfe
1 have read villi much inlerart attd ifi
MrMtion, th variorn articles receoJlr -,rah
lWietf by 1'xofawor DRow, unfae tke
coariruttiDg oT tli Teonec and Padfic
IUilros.il. In those rwbJicatforw, there
a Vaat amouHt f valuable information,
certainly enough t leave awakened a lively
concern and to Iwve seotiri-u liberal sub
MrintHHis amorftlie nronertj-holdein am
bwiws! mett. vd caA-mtn, in all the re
gion OtrMftk wkioii the iteweattd road
wbhUI pa. If Midi an array ef faet, swell
clear Matemeata and incontrovertible argu
nienta as Iwve thiM been prpeefited, shall
fail te secure ample ibcrpUooftto a work
of sch v;ekt importaxiae to oar Stated
and eftfteciaUy to Middle Tennessee it may
be preMtBMttos8 for another advocate to
aitnear: for lite number of Proawor Do
Bow. appear to bare Ieerl really erAauAit,
te Have presented every point prominently,
every intweat plainly, and the prospective
reeultuwr advantages admirably ana en-
Being, in poeion of oooie interesting
facts furntened by a reeent geological ex
nloratien Bade W our Worthy . friend, J
M. Sefferd, late Stele Geologist, I darirc to
present Ibem to the jmlrtic tiire-jgn your
vlAMv ntrMlatmi mur. becautat titer tallv
welt wlftt some of those furnished by Prof.
DeBew, bat relate to territory tiMwugH
whkh the eoateaplated raad ahould paw,
and, because the description of lh one lo
cality mhabiy describes nsfccb other terri
tory ale tbh ranfe of tn Cumberland
mountain, and. near to thene liightaixl
The traet of land, (a body of about 20,
000 aorw, bjtongicg cbiaflj po a gentleman
of Iznmwfatf Ilea in Putnam and Cum
berland sohbUci, nouth and west of the old
Walton road, ito western 'HMtdary about
ten mile eaat of Ooolyilla,
The Waltm road ruMpto a. broad flat
arm of the CamberlaBd mftuntain, and di
vides the waters of the Oaiwj- vJiirk from
tbone of 0 bed's river. It W uon (he Qaoey
Fork- side, partly upon the flat top - of
the mountain and partly in the deep
valley of the Jiead branobsfcof the atreatn
last mentioned. The partiOHlar tributaries
of the Canoy Fork which have tatfr KHiroe
here are the Calf Killer and Falling Wa
ter. The flat top of the Cumberland moun
tain, or rather table-land, h not lar from
2,000 feetabovethc Ii well-wooded,
gently rolling surface To the east
there is a second bench which mut be re
garded as a ridge resting upon the main
sarfaae. Upon thii ridge the Crawvilla
end of the Walton road rum.
An you approach the limit of the moun
tain its Gat top generally break off ud
denly into ths deep valley er gorges. The
edge of the mountain l HfAt always
wwl defined by a great blua of eongliHao-'
rale er sandstone, whieh overltang the
steep alope of the Valley below.
These land arc valuable for the ool
and iron or they contain, as well a for
their timber and agricultural wpaellyv ;
The geological examination chow that
the fttrnetnre of the mountain it aulte .uni
form. -IU strata arc wide-spreadiBg and
nearly (huriaontal, The base f tit Moun
tain is every where limeitoiiB. Above this
cornea a series of sandstone, otrnglomerates,
xhales and coal. Such is Its' Mrticture in
all thk.n'gion. The same strata, be they
limestone, sandstone or conglomerate, al
ways appear at about the same level.
The dots just above stated deserve to be
generally known, such! is the gMlegToal
formation of this range of mountain. This
is a magnificent and rich selling W frame
work for this oxtensive region of level
highlands, inaptly called "Barrens."
At the base of the section we have a
greet mass of limestone, upon whieh Tests
the ooflffloiMralaiL sandstone, ihalaH , and
ooflL TtieliMt! form? tb kAHtf part
of the iimjimRMh the other rocks tite utipcr
The strata above the liinetocefttitute
what geologists call the "etal
caue"the eoal beds are included in them
all being taken together as one series or
group. The nest, conspicuous .is conglo
merate N. 1,1 wWch wtheeap-roek of the
monntain. TMs fcniw the great blufis
orefhanging the mlleye.
The Upper eoftgleaieratc, (No. 2) is the
oap-rock of the seeond bench, or top of the
ridges on the Mountains.
These OAngiomsMtes are gtti ?uits io
the eeidbfl, whieh are generally oonecaled,
and the cqal Kelt? most uotioe them.
Botli oOfitalH, very generally, suall white
quartz pebbles, bttt not always. They arc
called congloj-femks because of the prefl
enco of thwe.pbWs not diflering other
wise from- sswdsipiies. No. 1 is mxially
about one hwwIrMfeet in thkknesn, though
at somo pMNtf redttend te tweity-fivc and '
twenty feet. !
There are two eoal horizons that is to
gay, two geological leve s at which coal
may bo miai a4ng this range of moun
tains ami tbesw Ire under the two con
glomerate respectively; and it is probable
that a third coal honion niav br difioov-'
ercd above the lhaertono.
The lowsr ooal 'level may W fodml ex-'
temively ever the section t this survey,
as also generally along the same range of
mountain, in like positloti. ExtMiIsot
coal is now obtained from a bed six feet in
thickneas-jear HlHsboro, in the range of
hills within sight of Manchester, iu Cti&e
Beneath eonflitnerale No. 1 there is a'
bed of ahale OeDlaining the lower coal.
This coal may be seen at many points, and
has beflh opened at several, and yielded '
satisfactorily. Mr. Whitaker has Vne-HK
lVe't clear, and snperior coai, another Ere
fwt, oedi improving as they are BrMd:
Into.thc mountain. -
TlTewe opeuiugs, imperfectly matte and
indifferently worked, plainly show, huw
tera; that tho oeal here Wofi exeoRgrU
nUBlity. and o tlpU inexhausUble. jear
Pinhook, and at fthWp!acH, geVl coal can
be had at points easy of accem.
And from 'all i these coaL4eds the
country is remarkably well adaplbd for the
construction of roads to connot with the,
McMinnville and Manchester and Nash
villeaiul ChaManooga railroads and there
fore af importance to tho city of Nshv!Me,
m well as to the small towns ahwg these
reads. The coal obfeined .from ail the
points mentioned, is of good nslKy, being
a solid cubic bituminous coal. It May be
mentlmed that thin same coal herisoa has'
several banks otened in it, further down the
valley oUhe Clf Killer, in which the coal
isrom three to m fret thick. Srta was
fbrier))yup)lieil lr these liauks.
Tho temper emt Aertssn is Wtmrfh, what U
term 6ft bonelomeratc No. 2. Ao bww,
this eoal is feuad in a Wtl of of shed. Thin
shale sometimes fiHa the whole wyaw be
tween the two rffurlotnerate COb tahfW
evon two leds of osal. This horisoei, in the
section of IsmlwartJcwhirlv surveyed bv
PrfsMor Saibiel, k mainly oesumfj to the
eastern exposure in so far as BreseM open
ings oxhibM, but fttrtker south this bed is;
shown in various openings to be Jrom ftur
to five ieet Uiiok, ad of exeeiioHtqualitv.
Unrs Mjn a uireetion approacMngiW.tenU-
JBc wara .iic.TSinuviMe aiHi .npslilXer.
ln feet, ssys Prof. SthrA,mU&h of
the most prodwetive coal levels la the Cum
lh "' ' . -vrt spoken of in
wu Tegtouvwiiick the projecied
railroad would reach from Nashville; but
as before remarked, this one sot is hut roir
resentative of an extensive coal horianu
In addition lo the coal, the shaiea, eg
pcoiaUy tho ahove dte limestono a4
lower oowgiomerate Mwpertively, ooNtein
much iron ore. '
This ore hi the lsysWu ,rm, or
the eiw troa stswig swelt as is worleasl in
. parts of Pmneylvauia atwl O&a 'h
.npeeies of o has not, aoyet. Wed mA?
nse of hf our Tummiscc iron men, bat viR
Ge, doubtbass, before unity years, atul aft
aoon as meaws of tMHporatuM are aifitrd
cil. Associated, as it i, with coal, it Iran
. Important ote.
It ewurs i lefKiouiar rakfwand m kidney-shaped
mime', eMbeddnl ht tfceufcule.
ItyiW hardly he rWognited as an iron
Iffg tSfthose tinaaqtyipted with it.
TXJfBEH AM) AUmOri.TTKAL ntA VMML
'Ilet ibis dueoHawoe express all jahich
need be sabl 1s rtfard to timber: np
lis a werW of woeood oeuntry," and npm he
Ilailromi, and -withiB'-accwsiWe- ilislaneeB.
there is every varisit "flarest trees to be
found iu any part of ISftHdou JWiddle Ten
tiessre ; and this H poiBprbflHKi
to exclude necetyparPai
id this h
For farming tiSMfafikt orchards, for
sheep, cattle armTijr:rfflg -for pure air,
tMire w alr a kmi b 1 n where indmtcr mar
be well rewarded, where health aiay be en
joyed, and unaisUkaibM appetites, demand
and lean dispose of an- abuudanee' of good,
ptrong victuals "hoc end hominy ami
other, kitchen, delicacies' -lit JiaLitabJft
aayiug this much, we ptmam at
' THE EfIANSj "
i. 3T;'' Icnny Iu' I.lvcyiioo'l'-WUero' li
.Sijhcns JteWnrti OITercd 'tar Him
Tlie Case of CniitnlnJIurpli.T.
The Publin correspondent of the New
York jllVW'gi ves, the following interring
Fenian items iZ"- t ,s r
k j. MBAyyttK r.rvmpoor-
Tiie fellewiDz anwt in n Dublin iater
copied from the Li wppol Mercury :
ThellberaUoh Dfrdand frtm'thcVoke
of the Saaon is at jsahd. Tier.many wrongs
will soon' be redressed, her right of setf-
gevernment vindicated. The long looked
for "coming irmni'J&au ;-amVd, and the
down-troddpn inhabitant of the fiister isle
may rejoiee. One. of the iost pitrioq
and gifted of Ireland's eons has come, back
to this country after a brief sojourn in -the1
unueu outiea, anu nououut jiisutieuis win
be directed, as thev aver iiavc been, to tha
amelioration of his countrymen. Tliege'n
tleman we allude to is Ftenhen J. 3lSdnV.
who arrived in Liverpool from New York'
a few days ago. Mr. Meany, it will be re
niembercd. was connected (for, some time
with the prow of Liverpool and London,
but left the country abont two years ago
for-A'nYerieB. 'While in the StatenVha be-
nawe the editoror proprietor of , the Toledo
lihtde, a paper remarkablelike uiot;
tVraericau ionmals for the mildness oi its
politics and its admiration for I'lngland.
iieinc an ardent lover of his country, and
entertaining high hopes of her future great
ness, Mr, Meany identified himself, with
the fenian movement, alie heads oMiie
Brotherhood evidently thought that in, Mr.
Meaatjy-tho oause had gained a great acces
sion ot strength, and when the Fenian
"Senate"' was devised he was auionUd a
Senitor." " N6 -doubtwheti flie vSenafe
commenceil its deliberations much advant-
ge was derived; from having the assistance
of so exiierienced a politician. lie was
alo nominated to aiupiee inr connection
with commerce and 'trade1 the "depart
ment'ef administration" for which he was
pocially suited. A division, however, oc-
currediin the Fenian, councils. f.Kival
"Presidents" claimed to be the heads of the
Order, and authorized to exercise control
overrule subordinate; officer. 5aoh party
nriulged in recrimination. Sterling patri
ots were stigmatized as traitors to the cause;
and men who were known to I devoted to
their country had all manner of charges
brought aeainst them. Mr. Meanv did not
escape in the generafahowpr of abuse. -This
was not to be wonuerea ar, tor
Tbey thsttaiKl hkh havBUinJrblatslesbako
"President" Roberts and others issued
slanderous "cards:" stupid and unfounded
imputations were made in regard to the
misappropriation of Fenian funds, but no
doubt Mr. Meany itilly exculpated himself.
Amid the . olamOTi of rival factions Mr.
Meany "retired for a time from public notice.
Probably the wag disgiuted with thaempty
vaporing an which lhe'llradini: Fen'utns are
wont to indulge, and .disappointed at the
raids which some, of their number had
planned. Whatever t mav have, been the
cause, Mr. Meany withJrew,irom among
his feilow Senators, and suddenly sppeared
in LiverppoL- The arrival fof co dis-
tinguislu'd a gentleman has been the cause j
considerable sensation. Timid people
were almost frhrhtened out of their wits at
the notion thai a real Fenian Senator. ld i
eotHC- to the town aud taken up hm abode
aawng them. The operations pTthc Broth-
hood havi of late been a source of great un
easiness to the government. It is to be
hoped that Mr. Mcany's nrriralwlll not be
the oause of increased apprehension. We
understand that he has told some friends
that he is now unconnected with the
Fenians, and treats their movements with
derision. Wcarcof course- unable to say
what is the object of Mr. Meany 's visit. It
is stated that the ex-Senator intends to pro-
coed on a mission to Pari,, aud'that he is j
acting ' for 'Oeneral Dix. Tie has already I
been waited ujion by Detective Inspectors
Carlisle and liorn, but his liberty has not
bwn inlorferetLwith'. We hope hodhaa come
on a mission of peace; that he has dis
covered that "thq, pen is mightier than the!
swordf ' that thcteday for Ireland's libera
tion by physical force has none by, and
that he has at least learned to resoect that
freedom ini protection whieh -the institu-:
tions of England aflord even lo those who
have plotted against her. i -
wiikre ia aTBriitiNa
From beine: whisnereil amoncsl Fenian
circles, this inquiry hassiread through the
masses, pnd now the gorornment anxiously
asks it, arid' looks' for an answer. That he
is expected here is certain, from the follow
ing notice .having been seutto , the, various
jiolice offices throughout the country :
JfOTICE ONE TIigtJSAA'U POBJfDS RKW A III).
Dcbmn Castle. Nov. 18. Whereas' 1
one James Stephens, lately escaped' from I
Kichmond Unuewsll, in this city, having,
been confined there for sundry treasonous'
and seditious acts against her, most gracious'
Majesty QaeenAnctoriand 'tliioaee and,
prosperity tins realm; aiiu"wiereas, Jt;
is understood that he intends returning to'
Ireland fontheeontinuaneeand furtherance!
o( hia, aispcious designs, or has already )
eiwoiei a ismiin? ai some poini on lrisit
soil: . . . A,.
A reward Of one thousand iiounde Is
ereby o(Tecel to any wrson or persons who
shall arrest the mA James Stephens, or
sltall allbrilsuoh infbrmatidHto thu) proper
authorities as shall lead to. his arruet.
From this it appears evident that James,
Stephens is expected, and thh expectation
is largely indulged in by the disarlected,
here. Though sundry imputation have
been, cast on his sincerity by the English
and American press, the Mjass of the people
here still believe him, and, should he land.
1 am perfectly satisfied he would, quickly
have plenty of followers. Should he de
ceive Ids cowitryraen in tJWfir hope, I fear
me much tne courts ot luigiaad toward the
cruluitK ot of IrWi nationality will be all
but aeciBpHsli4. What Ireland, down
trodden and oppressed for so long a time
lis wanted, has been a leader. It is of
ittle use t her if the mass of her people
Je dieaatiefied and hateful of .ttwlUh rule.
mass ot JtffcWSwijj nothiiu 4wble of
a ceonTf il "wh ra efiU Rtephetw aemie has
ilone this, and thus the inquiry, where is
THE CASE OF OAirEAtK JtUtH
Some nine .months autre an American
ofioer, Oaptam Murphy, wjiilevteikr Ire-
Kind, was tirreeted, NO 'evidence ot hu
cooncctMthPenianlsm could. 1
cured croa bv tba - ' - jo
'--, uiM industrious uig-
eovernmeiit, and as it was unwilling to re
lease him, case of desertion from the Fng-
ijubnny'vsjs tramped uotagsitistjtim.. A
sergeant in one of the infantry rcjnienU
swere posi ti vel v to t h suim lm v i ng en listed i a
the year 1859, In Fetluwd, county Tippera
ry, and shortly after doseriing from the
same. He was borne out in the evidence
bv sereraj pripaeaoldlapin the regiment.
CaitinMufihy. proved positively that he
left Irulaud wen only six years, e-i'age,
and had not tvturned to it twtil a kw
BWAtlCAin NotwfthUndinc this, Mur-
-pliy was Mwacowated in tlie military bar
racks at Arbor Hill, and has itetttince been
releaaod. This is nboiit the rrtoH disgraceul
act of the Irish Executive that hat oc
curred lor some time. I am not aware even
that Murfihy bad any possible ronneerfon
with. the Fenians, nor is it likelc, as he', was
.. defectives, tliough possessed of theaee
fttl accMKine in thuir trade of tfA and
informers. This was unpleasant Ibr the
aecompenied toihn couutrvy hiewiMuid
child.' All tkijs We oecurlfl openly,-aud
yet I aw pUtsMkoIy ,arid', t&U "Jie
eitlrts wKaterWi'lMVwi Iwxui inaJp tr Th
Monday, Dec 10, 1866. The Senate
met pjjsjant to adjournment, Mr. Speaker
Mr. Trimble presented a petition from
Citizens of Nashville protesting against the
passage of.the Dill allowing the city to issue
pondVto build new waterworks, which was
read, and on motion of -Mr. Trimble.
referred with the bill, to a special
committee of five, and" Messrs. Trimble.
Hall, McKinney, Case and Johnson, were.
Bpjtoimeu sam cocimmee.
, Mr 'Keith presented a petition from citi
zens of Camberland countv, asking that
John L. Greer, tax collector, be relieved
jfrom paymentof 9600which he was obliged
to reosive for taxes in Confederate mbney.
lteaQuid. referred to the Committee on Ffr
nanea and Ways and Means, with inMrnc-
,tions to report bv bill or otherwise.
; Mr. Fiorson, from thp Committee on
Immigtion. reported a ''bill in lieu of
ci !h -r ttt
OCIVUC 111 i0. 1'U. '
Mr.-"Hall presented Senate bill No. 403-.
ito re-incorporate the Swiss Relief Associa
tion, which passed the first reading.
Mr. Carngan presented Senate jpinreso
luticfn N6: 14, in regard 'to the 'Metropoli
tan Police of Memphis. Mr. "Oarrigan.
moved to suspend the rules, which -was
not agreed to, and the resolution laid over.
senate joint resolution 2io. Vz, inviting
General Thomas to visit Nashville on the
loth instant, was taken, up. and the
ardendment of the House to the same con
Senate joint resolution Noi 13, providing
for supplying the different counties with
the Tennessee Renortsjn plac6 of thoae lost
anu uesiroycq p.nringme war, was passeu
ana ir.wsrameu to me iiouse.
""'afe bill No. 432, to establish a Board
of (Colonization, being the special order for
I'll n'nlnnl- vraa (nl'on 11 r
Mr. Frazier spoke at length in favor of
" . 1 " .UWb..
the bill. ( ,
The,bill was lost ayes 3,jrioes 17. . t
The Speaker presenfcd'-the following re
port from the State Treasurer, which on
motion of Mr. Tfellon w'it's 'referred to the
Committee on Finance and Ways and
Means., . 4 . ,
NAnviiiriEf Dec. 7lh, 18CC. TIonJ. B.
Frierson, Speaker of Senate. Sin In obe
dience to Senate resolution No. adopted
December 4th, 1SC5, the State Treasurer
lias the honor to report as follows:
Amount of State funds, on deposit in
Fiscal Agencies, on the 1st day of Deceih
ber, 18CG, $154,523 64.
The 7-uO U. S. securities (of third se
ricsj'belonging to the school fund,, together
with the accrued interest thereon, are on
deposit iu the "Tennessee National Bant,"
at Memphis, and arc returnable to the
Treasurer, as Siiptriniendent of Public In
struction, in bonds of the same series.
Very respectfully, your obedient ser
vant, It. L. Stanford,
State Treas. and Sup.'ub.'Iiis.'
The following message from the Gov'
ernor-woiralso presented by the Speaker,
and the subject matter referred to the same
State of Tennessee, Executive De
I'AitTjtENT, Nashville, December 10th,
I860. Gentlemen Of the Senate and' Iiouse
of Representatives : The Govornor, Sec
retary gf State,, and Comptroller, by your
direction, have held for safe keeping, six
hundred and eighteen thousand two hun
dred and fifty dollars, in United States
seventy-thirty bonds, known as our' school
fund, and treated as a sacred fund by you,
in all your legislation relating thereto.,
Lxst week, fur thp. first time in my life, Jt
learned that the Treasurer of the Slate had
loaned this fund to one of the Memphis
banks, without consultation with any of the
State officials at the.capitoand even with
out their knowledge.
The Treasurer demanded the fund of the
Comptroller,' who held it for safekeeping iri
a good and sufficient safe, in n fireproof
building, claiming it under a law you en
acted at your last session, requiring the
Treasurer to-takc charge of this identical
fund. Ybtir law is either exceedingly
Iame or its provisions looking to thosafe
keepwgjrf this sacred fund have. not,, been
complied withj and, therefore, I invite your
early and vigilant attention to this sub
I intend no reflection upon the bank-, as
all banks have a right to tborrow and lend
money in their legitimate operations; but
I protest against the 800-60 maintained by
tho Treasurer, who, it seems, loaned out
the fund so long ago as the 5th of June,
During the last forty-eight hours; I have
conversed freely with the Treasurer,' and
hfs reasons for the transfer is, that' the fund
was not secure whero it was. True, there
were three National Banks in this city with
which it could have been divided out, but
it is for you gentlemen, who turned this
money over to the Treasurer, to look after
I am alone prompted by a higbsenae of
duty in bringing the subject before you
to-uav. Respectfully, etc.,
On motion of Mr. Thompson'-the Senate -j
adjourned until a o clock.
The Senato met at two o'clock, the
Speaker in tho chair.
JfpBjE 1JILL9 ON THIRD KEADINO.
.Bill No. 593, to encourage iron manu
facturing and other interests of the State.
On motion of Mr. Carrigari,pMjvptQjWas
rteohsHWedland li oTO?p(l,!inlnniinflmetft
.le thoJUill, which was adopted, Incorpora
ting the hayetteville Savings Institute.
Mr. Smith offered an amendment to in
corporate the Citizens' Union "Bark of
Menipkff, which was adopted, and the bill
MrvBosson offered Senate resolution No.'
15, empowering the Qommittee on Finance
and Ways and Mean to send for persons
and papers in all invcstiirations conducted
by them iu the interests of the, Stale.
(Jn motion ot -Mr. Uoason, the rules were
susiended and the resoluti6n adopted.
Uil! ro. GSM, for the beneht Of Spring
Hill audJtally Hill Turnpike Companies.
Senate bill No. 0S$. to expedite the dis
tribution of the assetts of banks, etc., was
taken up undur a suspension of. tho rules,
and, on motion, of Mr. McKinney, the
House amendments were non-concurred in.
, ,HOUE BILLS OJSBCOND KEADI.NQ.
Bill No. 616, to amend the Metropolitan
Police law of Memphis
they received from the State. The Imend-j
ment was lost.
Mr. Thompson moved to postpone the
bill until lite meeting of the Legislature in!
January. The molien .was lost. lj J
Thp Llll passed bv aves 12, nees ' , j
Rill No. 00l to incorporate the Memphis'
Uiilletin Publishing Company. Passed!
and referred to the Committee on Corpo-;
rations ' ' ' ' if
On motion of Mr. Frazier, Ihe rules were
suspended, and he moved for a committee
of( onfcreiiee e three orj the part of the
Senate, on bill No. 10S, thellouse insisting!
uwon its amendments. The motion wl
adopted, and Mejw?. frazit"- ' -
and Seritcr Wef V T ' .VcK"inej'
t. ' . .ippointetl as said commit-
,jj irom iiioenaf C . ( C
9BNAX BILLS ON THIIID RSAD1.NO.
Bill No411. for the benefit of the Win
chester and Alabama Railroad Company j
Mr. Thompson offered an amendment
which was adopted, making the provisions
of the bill apply to all branch roads in tho
M- Senter offered an amendment which
was" adopted, applying the bill to the Knox
vilfand Kejjjttuk'f railroxd.
, The bill as amended was passed ayes
illUo. 169, to authorize the Register of
Shelby tptjntyto index the book of record
in hi dwe. Passed ayes 16, noos 1.
Mr. Keith entered a motion to reconsider
the vote rejetfane Sewate bill No. 432.
On motion of Mr. Thompson, the Senate
adjourned until to-morrow morning at nine
O'clock, a' . f!:. u .
' tlounoof Kcprcsciitntlvci.
The llonte was called to order at ten
clpjok. Mr., Speaker HciaTcel in the
The Committee ten,Eleet?bns 'reported in
JMtfdr of Ih adm3iti of. MrColcmin,
member oieet Xrom Shelby county, ine
report was adapted, and Mr. Coleman was,
qualified and took his Feat.
ftlr. Carngan ollereU an amenument iro-
viding that the Commissioners be required
in immnlintolv rofinnl the mone'v which !
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1866.
imi'i TrWfiTH'Jlllli1 1 1 P "iHTrM
1 u '
Senate bill authorizing the Governor
issue the following bonds of the State to the
railroads named, was taken up: To the
Memphis arid Ohio Railroad, S200,0p0;
to the Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad;
5150,000; to the Knoxville and Charleston
Railroad. S300.000: to the "Cincinnati.
Cumberland Gap and Charleston Railroad.
CKrvtnnn. , ivS -c. . nj., i. ' jint' I
ginia Railroad, $300,000; to the Knoxville
iiuu rveuiucKV ivaurosu, w,uw; 10 ine
Nashville and Northwestern Railroad,
200,000 ; to the WinchesteA andAlabama
Railroad, $150,000. ' Amended by extend
ing to the Atlantic, Tennessee and Pacific
Railroad, $100,000 j the FsTennessee,
anu ii esiern lxoriu Carolina ivauroau,
$150,000. The bill as amended passed its
third reading, and was Immediately trans
mitted to the Senate for concurrence in
IIonsGAraendment. , , t .
A motion was made to reconsider the vole
on the final reading of the revenue bill.
Adopted.by ayes 37, noes 28. The.bill wasH
liunN'oI-or. r. Jto I,Tw1 aA'. ' X' JO II
Ull.ll 1 uu am tuuu IkUUUI, '
Mr. Norman contended .thatthe bill. in,
!, . r 1 " ...l 'rTTL'
in iireseni iorm was anyiuing uiu peneci,
and Bliould bo amended. - .
Mr. Lellyett was qnite certain that the
bill was just and reasonable in its pi o vi
sions, and that heaping '.on amendments
now would simply1 have the effect of kill
ing the bill. '
Pending the discussion of amendments
proposed thcr House adjournetl tntil 2
The consideration of thofrerenne bill
w'as resumed, and after a number of "amend
ments had been adopted.' the bill -pSss'its'
third reading4aiidswas. transmitted to the
Mr. Mullins introduced -c bill to equalize
State and county taxes. Passed.
The bill incorporating tho itoctc City
Paper Manufacturing Company, , passed
The bill to increase the compensation of
Judges, passed its second reading.
" t i.mi- .j. I- -n
rt. lew oriyaie uuia wero jias.'Krii, iiuci-
which the House adjourned until tf) o clock
BLUG-H M(?QJIE A & OO.,
Cotton and1 Tobacco Factors,
FORWABDLtG . AND COMMISSION
Market Srecf,.-- - Wnsliville.
11 i &Ji k
the 'above Warehouse,
eA t rvAAn rri.nM ii.aa.
iiacon. Lard, or any oilier
Produce, on CommiMioo. , ,P)anterf favuinU3
with ihais Imeinota mav foltf An rtf in tf i Mi ll lt?n-
est market price for thefrProdnee." Our charges;
will be as low as any house in the city. Should
our old friends favor us with orders for Groceries,
thoy may rely on having goods purchased at thel
lowest market prices. will su e our attention
Irt irnnds farwnnled tonrfrom other eitiM. ShiD-
Ders mav relv on hnvinir their roods forwarded!
Drlmotly bv the first train or boat after thcip ar-l
rival. Our office Is on Market street, where the:
..u i i, r uA ir.n.n . c, i v. uA I
UIU UUUUVl UVUAiHbKBU Ot yv. Vail kJV.
oy loose in leresieu.
Honing for a share of Duhlic natronoecwo sub
tcribe ourselves, etc
jan!3 IIUUU JIcUKM X W.
Vie respectfully introduce to our old friendi
our.succesaora in business, Huoii WcLrea Jt Lo.
who continue the Commission bu&ineM at out
staha.Not42SouthMark'evStreet. ' ' '
Our own office is No. 23 College, street, where
we hope all parties who are ihdzbted to us will at"
once call and pay their accounts now dut, and all
parties who hate anr claims ozainst us will pre
sent them for payment, as we wish to close up out
business at an early uay. ,- .
jams ly A. UAflnuiUji a w.
WE SELL NO.
Pittsburg Coal, at the follow-!
IT ing figures:
Lumper3adrDeliverea ""r4---'---i-'"- 80 71
Round - 5 75
Slacked " " - $3 Xj
Seasoned Wood per Cord S 5 03
Mr. Jjiiies IIdoiies. or Captain Cablkr. will
recoiyo Orders on tho streets, or you can leave
address at the Drug Store of .' j 1 1 1 , !
I '. i ' Liinttllr.H i" UAllliKK.
I Corner ofllrdad and Market streetj,
. K. OILBGRT, LEOX1RD PARKES,
Of Pulaski, Tepru, ., ,s Late ofjluthrje Jt Co.
R. J. OOKDOX,
of Pulaski, Tenn.
Gilbert, Parkes & Oo."
COTTONit nTP AO TOR
Xo. so South JHarket Ht AasIivlUi
TENNESSEE. ' ,
WE ARE NOW RECEnrIXi AND WXLU
I r keep constantly on hand a godd assortment
ot staple urocenca, waicn wo oner io me uau
at the lowest market rates. We havo amp
fucilitifm for Storing Cotton and other Product!
and will spare'ne pains to obtain for those rank
inr ConsiirnmenU to us. the highest market nrice,
liy atrial personal attention tobusiness we hope ot
merit h liberal snare ot patronage. ;
oct3 3m, j
STRATTON, CHENEY &R0Y.
r t i '
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Xo'. 11 ISroml St. Xashflllc,
. . i.0 SOLD OTR ENTIRE STfiCIv
JLX Orooeries to Messrs Ore Jt Bbo's, we will in
luture purchase and sell
i HOR AHD Mi
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
ENTIRELY ON COMMISSION.
Plasters may rely upoanar best efforts to obtain
the HIGHEST MAKKKT TX.1TES for
their Produce. And should our frimds fayor u
with orders far Groceries, they may rett nsjurod
of harint roods pUrched t tn- LOWEST
Having one of the largest warehouses in tb
city, onr faailitles for the STORAGE OF
COTTOJf AX D TO II A CCO Is unsurpasMd by
any home in the South. Wo have and will keep
onhasda Wr rapplyof ItAGGIJfO AND
ROPE, and seTeral kinds r IRON TIHS,
which we offer on most reasonable leraiu
We will make Uie mBtterriU'CclTUijr
nnd Forwardlns Gootla n .Specially
us iielifprncnt wfJl be sent, upoh arrira
at the Wbarfr Depot, premptly forward at the
lilbcrkl ' Adwn'fW 'made jtt CouV
. ..... ' i- V , t j
stiramcnts. feetS 3m
,5- .-i a i -H - . . ,
i ,f -;t.
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ft t,5 11' J l
iAWlt- i-.,.-!i3niW Viri9H lif
ii il Jtal -f.,l wul -i.il. l
iiii'nb nMli r .1! i: ,Ur i.v,
, f-' f ob 1c i:K,iAu i(H . i . ,,
Sfi il. r ' i'. Vt-' f . '
OJli .Ti",I -ill!1
I f tfHl .
TOEAD-JCHE FOLLOWING HOME EVI
JX UenceTSf its medicinal virtue, and try it in
!your own family circle:
Dear Sir; I havo examined your Stomach Sit
ters carefully, and find it what you represent it
to be. The high- order which the ingredients
going into it take in the Materia Medleaas well
as the most happy proportioned combination of
substances, make your Bitters far superior to any
similar preparation in 'the country. The fact
that you use only the purest Bourbon' Whisky
must necessarily recommend your Bitters in
another point, especially as far as wholesome-'
ness and palatability are taken into considera
tion: I was well pleased to see in your esUh
lishmcnt the process of manufacturing your
Bittefs carried on by way of displacement, which
not dnly'gives you a better product, but also
recommends itself by'clcarer operation.
, , KMIItSCHEl'FEB,
, ".. , .,' Ap'otheiaryafcd Chemist
''lioTivllIa,JSet.S.!iflC..'V,' 1 ? -1 . i- ll- nJ.
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Jfr. EtUcanl -Wittier, ft'iv,--
Dear Sir; Mrwifaand child have been suffer
ing for several months from Indigestion.' My
wife,ecing your advertisement, requested mo to
bring her a bottle of your Stomach Bitters, which
I did : and on using one bottle, I am more than
bappy to state that my child, now four months
oldYwhb has not had a voluntary action since
its birth, is entirely' restored, and my wife is
enjoying tho best of health,. and is now wholly
unwilling to be without a bottle of your Bitters
in the house, as she says it is the most strength
ening and ap petizing tonic that can be used, and
that no house ought to be without it: and I feel
it due to the public to make known the wonder
ful good it has ptrformod in my household, and
mnst heartily recommend its uso in every .family.
I remain yours respectfully.
Of Craig; Trnman & Co, 218 Main street.
Lovisville. Octobers), 1S06.
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r. fvfr ,u HS -n't
Book Havk.v, Meade County, K't.,1 ,
October 21, lSGfi. .
(.Uir. Etlicard VkHder, Louitvillr, Kv. :
".Dear Sir: I take pleasure ia saying thatX was,
suffering from Ague fcnd Fever, or ChilU,andi
lever, lor ssverat months, when l was aaviseu
by a friend to try your famous Stomach Bitters,
and after using two bottles I am entirely, re
stored. It not only imparts new vigor, but it 1
truly the best strengthening and appetiiin
tonic, at thb same timo pleasant to the taste, II
have. eVerk&own used or affordod to the implic :
ami f wnnld sav to all those similarly omieted
that if they would be cured and harothe disease,
thoroughly eradicated from the system; to uio,
your Bitters, and bo convinced of their wonder-i
lui meaicinai power anu inue.
I remain yours respectfully, '
. - 1,3
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.LoLisyiLic, Kr, October 12, 1800.
To E. Wittier, Eiq.,Citi:
r . . , i i ni r i i : . i, rw.Mt.A:n-
and,occasional attacks of Dyspepsia. I was ftd-f
vised' to use your Bitters. 1 scarcely used one,
bottle when I felt relief, and from the use of the.
Bitters, though nearly sixty-seven years of age,
feel the same energy and vivacity and cheerful,
spirits oi a uoy oi iweiuy-urr. l our uiuera an
a Pleasant tonic and cordial, and a they are pre
Eared from pure ingredients and good old BoTirJ
on Whukv. I can safelv endorse their use to all
afflicted as I was. I would say to such persons;
keep your minds oosy, your bowelf .open, your
head cool, your, lee t warm, ana-use yuger s;
Bitters, and never .mind the Doctor.
Kespeotfully. J. C. BUCKLES,
'i.- s ;i- -.. i , .!.,.:.,
'i. . - 'i. tf; -. ' , i -i . '
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.. ' ifa WILL CnBE
And all species of
audFever nnt AgneJ
And all.neriodical disorders. It will give imme-4
disiS'reiUnu ' . ' ' " !
OOLIO ; AND FLtJX,
' t will cure COSTIVENESS. It is a mild and
delightful invif orant for delicate Females. It is
a sale Antl-Billious Alterative and Tonic for
family. purposes. It is a. powerful recuperant
aflerjlhe frame has been debilitated and reduced
byslckne-u. It U an excellent appetizer as well
as 8trengthcner of the digestive forces. It isde
sirable alike as a correct ire and mllil raihnHif
It is'being dally used and prescribed by nil pby
siciansj as the forruuU will be handea't9 any L
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215 (MARBLE FR0HT) MAIN ST.,,
Jjfe jSAEE, BY4 A LL 'D EA HERS?
i a..-- 1
XiC31fclJfttCX uwEWWtaij sua t: uitunaai About
.7! ;iof tSaUnitcd'States. T .-. -it
mi preixieej )At tmsetistrqguiarr Baekinz
PjUHfeMC?i$h Exohange on
1 ' ?F.W OKbUASES "i ' '
. ' LOmSVILLE. AKD
.Government Securities, Gold anWlverbtht
pad soldon Commission, i
JOHN LUMfiDEN. President.
' ' " W. J.' THOMAS. Cashier..
THIIID NATIONAL BANK
, . . i uu: . ;
W.V.Biriy, it Burns,' "
John Klttmin, Joj.jW.. Allen, , ,,;
D, Weaver, Edgar Joues, ,
Dan'l F-. Carter, A. J. Pnncan, ' 'ii
Alexander fall, Chas. 5. Hllloian, (
" ' KJmund Cooper. -' ' ,'"
THIS BANK OCCUPIES THE BUILDING yoK
merlv occanltd br th Flantars'.Banfc.-corner, of
Union and College streets, and is prepared to .buy -
.1 11 I .. . Cl 1 , Tl 1 TT U lwlU..nrf
IUU VTUlu kUU t . , 1, , L , , . u. kVM, ..... u
State Bends, collect Notes, Drafts? Coupons, etc, In
all parts ofthaUnited States., . . ' . i
5-20 Bonda and 7 -UK Trtajurr Notes alwaTS on
hand and for aale. Gold Coup'oineasliMtfd ,Coni-:
pound Interest Notes bonghtUrtUe'nisWst ratl
i1 Eiii.v,JunikOj'Uasm7 , j
y. W. BEKE-.,rrasldtnt.t
& If ARYAN,
41 Cherry Street, (up .stairs,) o
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J i . vli.tr. ; , ,:
i- i , .hiiS l '! i . i - (i
! it. ,1 1
S h o e S ,tiOii.5,
(Opposite St. .Cloud .Hotel.) , , . ,
No. 3, SIulIUonu, nioelr. tnircli'HtreetJ
Corner Hroau andfJugJ!khtfeel.s...i
TJETAII. PEICSES 01 FLOUK, HAf AitO
Jk. ouuf uvuictni lira ut vuaitg
Flour, made ef 'White 'Wheat, rWashla
ten "per barrel... ........t,.,
BrpaJway M11U Kxtra Family Flour
Broadway Mills S. Fine Flour..-..
Graham, or Unlwltri 1'lonr, per l,w 16... '
MidUlIngs. per HO lbs
. "SIS CO
Jtye Flour ................:.........,. t , 1
Buck Xih at Flour .. .
Corn Mea , perbnslwl.
Bran, per IUU lbs
Mixed do., per 10Q 1L
Shorts, per 100It...
Hay, per 100 11m
.Corn, per bushel ............
Oats, per lusti! ......
f 1 W
D. D. DI0KKT, A
MRS. S.t '.; , KATHpRIfE
,; f' IIA& REMOVED HERt '
i'riery andjCloak: IffaKiiim
'1 u '.)?. K
,.' ,. .Ii ,
f ! H i I M ', n I .
(Opposite, S. Cloud itotel,)
Where she tafipes to fee hcrwld fricqds nnd;
pntrons. , ; , '
N. B. Mrs II. i offering hqr stock of, .
-Ulllliif-ry, vCIonU, Eie.', ni fCot,
To make room for'New Purchase.
MYERS & HUNT
TESIRE TO RETURN THANKS T0 TnEIR
XJ patrons lor tne noerai support' Heretofore
extended to.them, and state to, toe publia gen4
erally thatun, order to havegreater facilities for)
for their wprk, they are fitting unin mogniC
style the , large and commodioas two
No. . 76 North Market . Street
One door north of tlielr pres. entit and, or a! ,i
Carrlnjre Factory nnil "Snips lloomn,
Where they-will Ijo heller prepared than over td
Entrance to RepAlrlnp;. SUojm vIU bj
' lue mime ut Jivrciuiuix.
:A splendid aortmentof CarriagWork ujlvayl
on hand at the lowest figures. , , !
We will continue' at our old $fadd until opt
MC. a tut. a., .it. u,,.
decl-tf MYERS HCST.
T O S T E R R O T MERSf J
: it . .
-VVTILL EtiVER fldOD1' ifAitD;' mhrJ
TT chontablo Weed, anywhere within thd
FIVE IlOMlHH PEIC CORR.
HULI CORDS guaranteed,
tirodt) voir sale at TaRd.I'ou1 DKttv
V V enxi;cbetiar than at aaxurtlieri yanl! In, tb
..eiiuM vinciiy uAdtjj f( t
' .Extra Intlncemerii's' '
rAKTIHS PUI'.anASLSO . IiAKGELY.
,. r. : .' .J.SSHI
YSrd corner North I'rontntitl .tollVrson
n ntv. i M
a'. P. UANFOnTir, Agent,
corner College aud.JJnioi StreQfs.
r- THOMPSON WOlTLfl
friBli anJ.the public that he b Jnt fitted.
op 'and opened an elegant Jiesratrrani ojrr ni
itialooo, where geiitlemtffi will fluid at alBtUiu-s ool
oly thsbnt. thhoia marUet.aflordf.butjmlo.i
beat of everything from a dUUnce HaTiui pro
enrtd the serf ices of a first-rate cook, ami rftmT4
lvbg,fJ;pri4Me In botel builaeMI UxAtyp&ipit ut
being alia to pleane cuttoswra. '
mil Ojttr iweltrj daliy-sertea nirTOiany-
tyU Frwh Uaio always on brail,
oot -Jt It. ft. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
i lr ( 4 .l
f as. M'uisaaUif.'A. w. lr. Burtfea. nXi lawtsj
'.'( I'emerlyufesirianKcithA.wx . ,
-mtaughlin; bjjtleE' & co.,
ptn to I? A.Irwfn SColr "
W II O JL J3jft A.imO-CER,S
' ' Dtif.SR3'TX '
BnAryOlESTVIJIES AND UQITOR-S
Corner JTnrUet nridClnrlt Street,
ti,iahMt market-' i, rices for Uric
rruit. Kather.,BeewaJC,,Minengndi,untry r
ifrodujift generally. . , . ffffv3tpm t
6 H'TAK-C HvTlR-ElEVlVykA
i MK( j Ot tr. -II '1 A U.lr 4Hltv-JRiSESil .
aU andeitmliie thecu ..ltrl - mti dt
IftGIMA, ; AP TENiVKSSEE
iitd 1 J'tr;--fl . ni
ij 1 -Ai,i nxti.iV ,,(A , y 9
'I. ' '
!. riiil ni Itti ti
UK ll buv, bu
, i trr.) -. i
i'l i -il. t
n ail ft rtf..,.,'
- ilal liiw t
r.-.'n iU'k im '
.iff X, .
,1 j i i
i.li-v.i,q7il f iiciioY ws ,.i i.. :t i
' -0- L.iiO'.' i,iiH tt ! , i t '.i j
. .. jf ,.(bj .li f . ,.
. il :for tharaniipoxtationf r it. '
Cotton aiid dther Frcigitls,
from Naauvllle to Xartbern.cltien, offcra superior In
ducements to Shippers, In
SPEED AND LOW RATES.,
The rates shall b made as XOtTand. tlia iUne guar
.anteed as QUICK, as by anv other route.
iROGH ! biIls'of LADIC j
and protect Shippers against overcharges, or any
errors In agreed rates.
, i The city, Insurance Offices ami gwaebs agree to
cover Cotton by this 'Route' at tlw'rate of three-t
fuurths.ofonpcr.ctibi '! tii . ' ! ,. i
Til roil sl' frotil' t his
Cap'taVniilES. F. th!. No. 17 South Market U
la authorireit to contract or .Freights, and sign Bills
Virr,Fr'f,Agflt N. i O. It. It.
J?r j.t J -Hi Xi O, -A. JDji
.Great. Central All Bail Eoute
NASHVILLE ASif HTJNTSVILLEj
' kEJffillfpBLLE .'AsD !
NBWr ORLEANS) a-, .
AX1 AU INTERMETlIATE, POIJiTSi
riillENXSILVilLE AND DECATUR RAILi
Jl road Company has made arrangements with
jtheMemphjB-and Charleston Railroad Company
.by which passenger.! go
,1,.' i 1 '1 . ' .ft . I4! '', Mr
Through lo 9IcinYut,,Tri,lnnt Change;
1 I 'til fill. -1 . ' '
Only one change between Nashville and Mobilt
or New Orleans.' By any other Rout
.Splcutlitt Slecpiiic Cars on
all Nlglit ITrainH. .
Throcoh St press Tkaix Leaves Naahvill
Daily at .. . ......
Connects Witt MemDhb and. Charleston Rail!
road for. Huntsville, , Memphis." Mobile, New
Orleans," and all intertrmliate-'petnUf
, Leaves Decaiur.at ..i.,.,,.-,.,. Jr a u.
Arrives at Nashville at.... IliS a. u.
Connects aFN'ashviile with ' Louisville and
Nashville Rallroadf for all points East. North
and Northwest Knd with! erenitig trains on N.
C. and Ni N. W. and iL& K. Railroads, fot
points on thellnfe8.v- ' '
'Fretgrit mid 'Acirohiinbdlon, l)nlj
' .,) icf,t?f ?nniiBjr. . :
Leaver Nahville 1- 7:25 a,' m,
ArriTht Decitur' w v.-Jii. .,601rjit,
' Columbia' AceornraoilaUan TVntu,
. pnliyvexccnt.SnnilnyN. '
Leaves C'olumbiaat 7:15 a. it
Arrives at Nashville at-.. ..-.IftOO a. M
Leaves Nashville at-. r . 3:00 r.
Arrives at'Colcubia ntl i . 6tW r.
Ra'ggngn ''chcUeil Tliroiigh.
FAiti: as" eow 5a7? 'ttie eoitest.
For Through Tickets and other information
J, It: VAX JITXE,
rTovS. 1 ' UetierafSuTieflnlendent.
Nashville and, '.fchattanooga
i Vf.o Ifm .aau In 'tjrt - ... ;
M -rX -nil sift, I,,, j
I ' i,'. ; (ahoi't
i ..!! i t'.i i., ,.,,-dr i L '
IIAXGEOF yjflflE. iu ;
N. & C. AHD N. & N, W. KAItWAY,
- Nashville; TtaiwJioy.iJ5dliho.
ON AND AHflK TDESDAT, XOV. VT,
1.S0C, and until further notice. 1'aMeeger
,i4iM wilHtih arffillowi :
Jtannyuie ana vnnitnnoogn une.
Leave Nasaville &r Chattanooga and- all
points South, at 5:30 a.m. andS:30r.H, Arrive at
Chattanooga, ai-2,-00 jr.. and 6:00 a. u. next
day. Returning, leave Chattanooga at 65CO r.
V. aSa-W a. f. Arrive at NailrviHc- at 4.-C0
k Kjand-lii30.ii. neit day. , .. . .
All iruni antmefil at. TV artraee for ShalLf utle.
"SHtUfTYaLK AcVoJftidDAtfo- JhtW War
nffaWat ll-lOr'.'W.and'RSoivM.I Arrivff atSbeU
bytllieat atwr.Jtoa.ir.is K. V, AiTe rie
bovillo 7CMjt. and U&r- M. Arn e at Vr
trace at Sjlft a.IJ. and lhtt iv ir.
.PArtEfMJ NEW OTtLEA--- 8W S3
. ii,t .MOBILE.-..,,...,., 31 10
.nsn:..y HUNTBVILlaei.-. 7 33
Close cennectiorism'ade'ht SlerenuMi and Ohab
tanooga for all cities Kast and South.
A'nxhTllle nn4. Norlhifwrtern Liar.
Kxtxtfia iXq(GE-7 Leaves Nathrllle fur
JohnonvtllcrtlFM alrpt. Into West and Notthweet.
atfiiW a-v. ltannDjran
t!v at Nashville at
ACOOIOWDATIOX. i.iVM AoAhvilleat 3.-00 t.
lTaM arrlrelti Nwhvllle afsMWp. if.
' T 6Vb effwr6H and a8r Thurxlny, Nortm-
, -Trains on the k. N. W.E. R. cwineetat
JohftonttUewitS the Cairo and JohMen-rille
Packets without fail.
N. an d N. y. Railroad.
Pouazlgenr by thlr nrnte av expense of
gleeprag iXr and MeaM'betweea Nashville aad
Cairo.' i. , f h J
!?rlrailop at aJlIntermeJkte point.
Procure tiekeU at II C. Jackson's opposite St
J. W. BROWNJ'Oenfl Poal AVearl , fa-
Toys aud Christinas Gifts
AX HALF PKICE,
Ml) ESTABLISHED IIOUSE.
U-ilKBVCISU JUEEIXIUtT GOODS, ETC.,
J at Sir pries positively to etee oat until
tho 3tli f Peeeeaber. The Mck ewwtsts of
:Uonncl,llal, Sash, ami Trim
1,800 of tho Latest New-
Styles of Hats, Bonnets,
and a Beautiful Stock
of Plumes of Every
BIRDS AKD ORNAMENTS.
Paris Flenvra aud DrUil WrwilJuI New Stylo of
Ktek Chains, HmJ Nets, Kte. New Style Qalr
Waterfall aud CoHm. IO) Fin Oath Cloaks tame
at 8ll.0tl; s pis FreBth, all Wool Merlnes, at
SlO. Ladis Setta of Furs at cost. A Large
stock of Toya aixl Fancy Goods, Perfumery, etc., at
tost. Woollen lift. Comforts and Children's Hom.
N. B.-Asmy health requires a chaage of climate
Kast, I In ten a establishlis myself In business at
New York, kavtng a branch of our bouae at Nash
ville, exclusively for Millinery Oeods, and my resi
dence Kast will give as superior advantages to select
goods at greatly reduced prices, aad the lateit
novelties as they coom out East.
I trust our old friends will help ns ont at thii
thfrttme, aad get good value for their money.
At 46 Union Street,
dee! Next door to the Bank of Tennessee.
Capital, One Million Dollars
It. M. BISHOP, of H. 31. Bishop A Co.
THKO. COOK, Prealdent Chamber of Commeree.
JOSKPIi nUTLElt, Pree't of Lafmjrtte Bant.
HUOII McBIItNKV, of Hugh McBirney A Co,
L. B. HULL, er Addy, Hull A Co.
A. 8. WINSLOW, of Witulow A Smith.
BKI09 SWT FT. of Brigs Swift A Co.
ailARLKS BULK, or 0. Rale A Co.
0. M. BUCHANAN, of Buchanan 4 Co.
ADOLP1! WOOD, of Adolph Wood A Co.
JAMES a. WISK, Nashville Packet Company.
h. A. HARRIS, Mayor of Cincinnati.
T1IOS. SHERLOCK, President.
ATM. II. CAS3ILLT, Vice rrtAIent..
This Company it new prepared to transact a gen
eral Fire and SLinne Insurance business threechent '
the State of Tennessee.
K. C. MeNAlKY, Ageat. '
policies famed on flrst-class Brick Dwellings fori
fire years, at a uateriai reduction on yearly rates
sepU-6m U. A A.. B.
YELLOW PINE FLOORING;
At Low Figures.
CKDAr. P(VSt3 AND FK(C!KO LUMBER,
SE.VSONED POPEARA.BDILDING LUMBER'
Or all lifiMi.
Cor. Crawford ami North Summer Ste;
JOHK T. raoTE.
J. v. sash.
s. u. MOBrnr,
FOOTE, NASH & CO.,
Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia St.
DI STI I.I. F.K.S
AKD DeilESTia '
LIQUORS AND WINES'
DRALKB3 IX OIXDWK
ItO HERTS OX COUNTY,
EOURHO.V, RYE AND MO.VOXGAIILA
Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Orange
EOWLMD. SPERRY & CO
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
AXI) ' j
Afjonts; for Hie Franklin-I'actory J
NO. 4G WEST SECOND. STKEETj
DRIED FRtllT, Y.ie,
Snlieited. and liberal "Cash" advances madoerl
RO.VJ.AM, HPERRY TO.
P. Pickakd. O to. 9. Ron o. P. Ktij
PJ-IKARD, UOPER & KEKTj
. Commission Merchants, ; i
100 Commercial Strcot, cor. IThlnntj
mi. u ia i , !
A BUSINES8 P-STRUr, TO OUR QAER
. promptly attesuM to.
Jt NaitMl Rank, Ka.favlHe.
eVisg. ToUy A Ce., Hankers. NashvUI. ;
dte. r. Cate, Ki., preffWw fit. Cleml Hotel,
TORIAN, MACRAE-& CO.
COTTON AND TOBACCO PAOTORS
COMMISSION ME It CANTS
N0.'(B CAROKDBLBT STREET. '
S .A. W MILLSi
HI. C. UOLD'BEUU, ....
0KALRR. IN ALL KIND4 UF
LUMBER, SHINGLES, ETC,
XASIIVlLTiB, - -
rnnK undehsionbd. haviso r.JhsxTV7
Jl parduued tin upper Saw MIU, knewo as the
"Eeeerroir Mllle," be to now abU hi oSer te tlx eitl
zeaa of NaaarlHe anl lariwiiMHag country all kinds
of Lumber nt pie la salt the time. Tears of 't
porleaee at the tmiriaeM JtMtilU him In taylagfthit
aki wetk teJl n turned oat is a warkmanjik; m4
aer. By Hrlct attenttos awl fsrr deaHsc. be tropes
to merit Htteral share of patroug. CaH aaj.se
lr yeantMt beson roatraens; eMewnere.
oetf&-tf M. a. OOLDBBBS-
JUDQB JOHN S. CBISX JS0. a BURCH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
- KO. (U CirEBKY "TItEjT.,
TIE IffASHVIIXE JA1I.Y ITI
is t IT ar1r iiiL- r, 1riiiMJ 1.
OSec, U.vwK ass AWuncMiIfcor - i
Chareh and Chwry te.. t ' . I' a OBee.
nreekly - rrWrfcT"' ' 7"'
PrepwtMBte rats far store r periods.
; Su'eecriptkw kvoiWUy ia adyoca. ,
r. r TinnW OKA Bl
D. A. Xirtw it r.,
Late Capt .V A. 0
S. BBWJTO BON,,
AGENTS J?0 yttli
.. .ir' .11 nili4ii n IT
Vtf-tt. . ...
,46e4M imJ -
yjT t Tire TAB 1IAMVKVL
I . .: . TVBuwu-taAiaa. (a
HORSES AS1 MU-T.IW:
Taken lrM T&BMigaW y j
fused by the U ailed StaU l"
whw kitiibniMiri m
Offioors and Soliliel i 5.
anreejsoaias A-ay pnw -.""""r.
cew In cwtam aad -s mmim.mmm
Bounde. aad PesMwiwllwe.WWmi; wrmnmnm,
heirs. In eertahi owlpeaW 1 tFiJ
idlers aad their heiw on tlw sam fiods aa.
country. Burine eeat v Wy saeAl vnA itMs
Siixruom Mai. ttea. Ifc.
Tobey A Co., Bankef: Hm. an mpammi
of Nashville: and oBeeni generatly t fmmjmtm
ji ,'.n, .-I , ,,.1
No.' 25 Xortli Cherry-Sk,
WR AKK' PKlPARfMV W 6MUMZT
II Cklau agftltut the UtJ t"4 Wuvswsse
ntcnt fur propertjtttakafi dvnac tan war.
Whether Eeceipted he .lr XJt,
Onr facilities fr - '
gi anted under. tho, variow aeis at Cassmp jlitaf
I.VS11UE THEIR Sl'BEl)V-,lYlVr.
poldiore and ail stbanejtfiistW 3Mr eUis.
In our hands are aMaredtfitt they wHTm'sJi'e
OEU JIOST CAUEFUIi ATTBXTIV.
A member of oar firm m ieenlssi i VattsiMr
tpn City, and In, QBiaafc c.'jaaiTijcatlsjsi wiui
the various Departraefit of lm Kliiiwl.
and his extensive experleBM r ths iHsfl
claims enables him te protMHte. WStfe
PROMPTXESS AIfI WSPATCH. .
any business en trusted U out eh msje .
Uive us a oali.
COLLECTION OF CLAIMlS
auaj.nSt tub ouVBtuf
Person's. UAViio claims tm CQtm.
Iones,"WMd TJarjr. troa or X , r MsmIsV,
lakeror purchased bytewPnW tWIiW i . ,pM I
for aba clerks, raecliaiilca awl latwrvn wtMAyra
failed to re.x.tsi!ikiataii locvii' rrftl
29 , Clinfrj Sire.
COTTON - G-Hf 8!
THB SUBSOItlDBRH AltifTJTiH)K
izsd agenta fer tb fte i Mw asjt.
E. CARVER COTTOiY OliVSy
So ion? and favorably kaowK throoginrt
the cotton-growing Btatw, ht vlt tw
sales bays far,eiaeeded tiw tC wtjr tjtlwr
make. Ita snperiorlty b- pttH . fax
quality of lint 'prodaeed' ekiiwlolgtd
by the most inflneatfet t "ti PtaateAn,
Mercnants and ilaaolW . , .
All.BizasHfroia. 18 ta 10d mh ok,
stantly on barid or tnraistietl Wow ttw :
Send ibr CIroakr. '
ALiEN & lltLL- McALtfiTtKK.
. op27-t . -MaiiiTiHe,. 'BoanOmusK.
.ALFRED T. P0PJB.
Attorneys at La,ity,
OOIc, Iinu nml Jeflfraon ftnrtrn
9SH J l., ,1 ytanssi ,
a. a. AC ecu, ldlKJ-Zf2. ''"--
New- 'Oairpef' Housa
1 . l l,..f I!" .; H
BEECH,' iMA!NLOVE &GO
.IVbJ. SJijiCollcgo Strouf,
We uavk now vx stork j ptMie
YY Steele of Canwds. coUtins: of ftssifi ifat. t
ami 0-4) TapeMry, 3-4 and Ul ; JaMvtry.
nan ana ststr ie ntus every iuiibsi sum,
Al! a&Ktitwt'N tJrefwy
extra, super twrB(y.uiia sum wm
(rode: I'taia and vmetla JleaiH : OH CI
frem.'itt twetity.fcurleet Sw4oi Woti
tinr. from 3-1 to S-4 ; srtet yarietx Cmm
Curtain Daaiafk-'er erery deaeiiplwar DM!
??hjrp an exjerteced ttpbolttetvr.
re Carpets and CarMtH , saad ae in Hftientt
pannerat ht;&ojle. VMjtnMVa ,4,.,,
L deeS-tf j , ...
FA I BLANKS'
Qlf .ALL KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames;
CottonHay and Rag Prewwr,
W;ar,elioiisp . Trucks,
1 j, , 3aggage BnrrQW,
j COPYING, PRESSES, fee,
bays 15 rvw
ieir saoi fnr
)ria. drMMd rtty f K
1 ' ...I sfttTAPV t
ut woo4-mK eoit
Y ua klac. urvsatcd ta
m4 entire, evfci newt. Wfcavo
ta naerit' I n
nd reeeva the cmtom. 0Jgft -
-Ortfcrr frees obi s-etfcw of tM frallUwtlii
Yard, an 0dan:Sreot iilM- Teansme.
,LTURBLy,ILLI Jt VWS.
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